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Topic: Aeropress and BPA/Now non-plastic hot pot (4 msgs / 76 lines)
1) From: Edward Rasmussen
I use a Hamilton Beach cordless kettle that I got at Target.  It's all stainless steel except for the sight gauge that shows the water level in the pot and that's some sort of plastic.
Ed

2) From: cherry carter
Hi Ed,
I am looking for an electric kettle that has no plastic. I have looked into
glass -- and it  seems that everything has problems with the situation.
Plastic somewhere. I realize there is no way to get ourselves separated from
plastic. I do the best I can and try to keep plastic and heat away from what
I consume. So, is the Hamilton Beach for the stovetop? I want something for
travel. I use stainless steel on my stovetop but want something for an on
the go type of thing. Thank you for responding!
On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 9:33 AM, Edward Rasmussen  wrote:
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3) From: Yakster
You may want to consider an immersion coil that you could drop into your cup
to heat your water.  They're usually called travel immersion water heaters.
I think that only the metal part contacts the water, but the metal coil
starts and ends in a plastic piece.
You could always get a backpacker's stove and a little pot if you're allowed
an open flame while traveling or even one of those tabletop gas cookers that
are commonly used for Asian hot pot cooking.
-Chris
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4) From: Yakster
You may also want to see if you can find an antique electric kettle, they
often look like stove-top kettles and are all-metal, but finding a working
one could be quite a trick.
This page shows some examples.http://www.74simon.co.uk/newappliancepage.html-Chris
On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 8:12 AM, cherry carter wrote:
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