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Topic: [coffee] +Oaxaca pots OT (4 msgs / 98 lines)
1) From: Rick Farris
Don't forget the Oaxacan lids!  
(For the Oaxacan jars and canisters.)
-- Rick

2) From: Mann Col Rodney C
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One thing you've got to watch with any glazed Mexican pottery is heavy metal
contamination.  A lot of the glazes and colors are made with lead, cadmium,
chromium, etc that can leach out of the pottery and into your life.  I'm not
sure if Oaxacan stuff is glazed, but you may want to check it out before you
poison your guests.  Caveat emptor...Rod

3) From: Oaxaca Charlie
--- Rick Farris  wrote:
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 Sorry Rick, but if you want a "lid" of Oaxacan to fill your jar
with you'll have to go there and get it yourself...;o)
  Charlie     (high enough on coffee and beer)
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4) From: John Abbott
I think you'll find that there are very few lead based paints being used 
in Mexico.  Most of the china that we buy down there (lots) is clearly 
marked "Lead Free".    Its an old image that is dying hard.
\Mann Col Rodney C wrote:
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