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Ceramic George Foreman Grill
You all probably know about this already, but I am excited and therefore I must post!
I have been reading up on all the science behind teflon coating and the dangers it can pose for birds.
According to EPA it's not a problem until your grill gets over 500 degrees, or until the teflon starts breaking down.
I still didn't want to worry about it, either way. I have no idea when my teflon is breaking down! And it's not like I can check the temperature on a grill, right?
But I LOVE grilling on my George Foreman! It's the only actual 'cooking' I can
I guess Georgie loves me, cause I just found out about this!
It's going on the top of my Christmas List. Thank you, Georgie!
Next item to research/find: Bird safe, teflon free, cost efficient SPACE HEATERS.
I have 1 Dyson hot/cold that is amazing, and super safe. You can touch it for a few seconds without being harmed. It even has a remote!
It was, however, SUPER expensive, and I am saving that $$ for a birdcage.
Last edited by Cal; 11-14-2014 at 10:32 AM.