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Topic: Do stainless steel electric kettles cause water to pick up metallic flavors? (4 msgs / 78 lines)
1) From: David B. Westebbe
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It is easy enough to find out:  Boil some water, and leave it for half a
day.  Take some additional water as a control, and leave it for half a day
in a non-reactive container, like glass.
Then do a taste test.

2) From: Brett Mason
Chemically - no.  Water is still H2O.
Suspension wise, not sure...
Brett
   Zass picks up no metals...
On 3/4/06, David B. Westebbe  wrote:
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3) From: Scot Murphy
On |Mar 4, at 10:52 AM|Mar 4, Brett Mason wrote:
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You mean...DHMO?!http://www.dhmo.org/That stuff's DANGEROUS!
Scot "you wouldn't want to breathe it" Murphy
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and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and  
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4) From: Brett Mason
Scot, that's a very good point.  I had forgotten how pervasive a
chemical mixture Dihydrogen Monoxide is, and the effect it has had on
human growth (when studied).
Thanks for pointing out this critical concern.
Brett
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