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  • kuriouskitty32f
    I have also heard tale that some of the ales and meads that are made may have a chemical reaction to metal. Edana of AEthelmearc ... bowls ... food ... cup ...
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      I have also heard tale that some of the ales and meads that are made
      may have a chemical reaction to metal.

      Edana of AEthelmearc

      --- In scanewcomers@yahoogroups.com, Kimiko Small <kimiko@...> wrote:
      >
      > At 10:50 AM 12/5/2006, you wrote:
      > >I also have heard that you probably want to get wooden plates and
      bowls
      > >because if you get the metal ones they suck the heat out of your
      food
      > >really fast. I think this is probably true because I used a metal
      cup
      > >at the feast I just attended and the cup was freezing! Granted I
      had a
      > >cold drink in it but it just shows that the temperature is
      transfered
      > >to the metal instead of staying in the food item. Pren
      >
      >
      > You can hurt yourself with hot mulled cider using a metal goblet
      or tanker.
      > I love my wooden goblet, because it is bigger than my dainty
      silver one yet
      > still will let me nicely warm my hands on the mulled cider without
      burning
      > them or my lips (yes, I've done that... once).
      >
      > However, I've not had any problems with my food rated pewter
      plates, other
      > than the bottom getting a little warm. I've also used wooden
      plates, and
      > both work nicely for me.
      >
      >
      > Joane Silvertoppe
      > B. Nordwache, K. Caid
      > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      > mka Kimiko Small, Fresno, CA, USA
      > A Gentlewoman's Warderobe Accounts
      > http://www.kimiko1.com/warderobe.html
      >
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