To whomever invented aluminum foil.. my taste buds thank you

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That's absolutely correct. A new generation of Alzheimer patients is to be expected soon due to all that aluminum.
Und der Haifisch der hat Tränen
Und die laufen vom Gesicht
Doch der Haifisch lebt im Wasser
So die Tränen sieht man nicht

In der Tiefe ist es einsam
Und so manche Träne fliesst
Und so kommt es dass das Wasser
In den Meeren salzig ist
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Kind of like those products that have the label " This product has been proven to cause cancer in rats in the state of California".
Lucky I'm not a rat in California.
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Doctor, it hurts when I do this.
Then don't do that.
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StroppyChops wrote:Doctor, it hurts when I do this.
Then don't do that.
:D Yap, that's an old one.
On the other hand, how do YOU avoid aluminum ? It's everywhere. Drinking your beer from colored bottles ? Colored bottles contain iron oxides, uranium oxide !!!, cobalt (LD is 20 grams) and further funny ingredients. All this stuff "bleeds" into food or liquids .
Und der Haifisch der hat Tränen
Und die laufen vom Gesicht
Doch der Haifisch lebt im Wasser
So die Tränen sieht man nicht

In der Tiefe ist es einsam
Und so manche Träne fliesst
Und so kommt es dass das Wasser
In den Meeren salzig ist
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Aluminium cooking pots have been around a long time.
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Lead in water pipes, too. Are you suggesting that this was healthy ?
Und der Haifisch der hat Tränen
Und die laufen vom Gesicht
Doch der Haifisch lebt im Wasser
So die Tränen sieht man nicht

In der Tiefe ist es einsam
Und so manche Träne fliesst
Und so kommt es dass das Wasser
In den Meeren salzig ist
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Those have replaced in most places a long time ago. Verdad?
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Re: To whomever invented aluminum foil.. my taste buds thank

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Francis wrote:
StroppyChops wrote:Doctor, it hurts when I do this.
Then don't do that.
:D Yap, that's an old one.
On the other hand, how do YOU avoid aluminum ? It's everywhere. Drinking your beer from colored bottles ? Colored bottles contain iron oxides, uranium oxide !!!, cobalt (LD is 20 grams) and further funny ingredients. All this stuff "bleeds" into food or liquids .
You don't usually cook or heat up your beer in the can do you ?
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beaker wrote:You don't usually cook or heat up your beer in the can do you ?
I do. I always do that......it's called English style.
Und der Haifisch der hat Tränen
Und die laufen vom Gesicht
Doch der Haifisch lebt im Wasser
So die Tränen sieht man nicht

In der Tiefe ist es einsam
Und so manche Träne fliesst
Und so kommt es dass das Wasser
In den Meeren salzig ist
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beaker wrote:
Francis wrote:
StroppyChops wrote:Doctor, it hurts when I do this.
Then don't do that.
:D Yap, that's an old one.
On the other hand, how do YOU avoid aluminum ? It's everywhere. Drinking your beer from colored bottles ? Colored bottles contain iron oxides, uranium oxide !!!, cobalt (LD is 20 grams) and further funny ingredients. All this stuff "bleeds" into food or liquids .
You don't usually cook or heat up your beer in the can do you ?
Beer cans are lined with a polimer, so you dont actually drink from an aluminium container, however:
With modern aluminum cans, however, the contents never actually touch the can, thanks to a polymer liner that coats the inner surface. As long as you pour the beer into a glass (or red plastic cup) to drink it, there’s no way for the metal to influence the taste. The big issue with cans, however, lies directly in this solution.

The can-liners are made of a polymer hardened by the much-maligned compound bisphenol-A (BPA for short). This stuff is everywhere—in soda cans, soup containers, water bottles; basically anything made with hard plastic. It received a lot of negative press after it was shown to induce cancer in mice in relatively low concentrations. At the time, baby bottles were made with BPA, and studies showed that the constant heating and re-filling actually caused the chemical to diffuse out of the walls and into the contents at alarming rates.

http://tablematters.com/2013/02/07/canned-answers/
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