M&S "Roast & Rack" and roasting trays online from £9
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M&S "Roast & Rack" and roasting trays online from £9

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Found 30th Dec 2017
£25 -> £9 online, this is getting great reviews. Was half price before Christmas and now a few more pounds off. Non stick and easy to wash.

3 x Roasting trays also the same way price marksandspencer.com/set…plp these are great quality and are made to last.
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jans4 h, 32 m ago

Not a bad price but that rack will end up chipping away at the non-stick …Not a bad price but that rack will end up chipping away at the non-stick coating of the tray which will end up in the food. Poison. If you want a rack in your roasting dish, go for vitreous enamel or stainless steel.


Show me a scientific paper where PTFE is "poison"! You won't find any as there are none. PTFE is a POLYMER and is totally inert, including in the body and when heated to 400C. The precursor to PTFE is cancer causing but NONE is present in the polymer.

I would avoid the Daily Mail in future.

Good price!
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Not a bad price but that rack will end up chipping away at the non-stick coating of the tray which will end up in the food. Poison. If you want a rack in your roasting dish, go for vitreous enamel or stainless steel.
jans1 h, 5 m ago

Not a bad price but that rack will end up chipping away at the non-stick …Not a bad price but that rack will end up chipping away at the non-stick coating of the tray which will end up in the food. Poison. If you want a rack in your roasting dish, go for vitreous enamel or stainless steel.


Could you post link to your deal. Thanks
My deal for what? Didn't say I had a deal. Was just talking in general terms. It's [mostly] common knowledge that you don't use metal implements (which the rack on this will be) on non-stick surfaces. The friction will break down the non-stick property of the tray pan and flake off into the food cooked in it.
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jans4 h, 32 m ago

Not a bad price but that rack will end up chipping away at the non-stick …Not a bad price but that rack will end up chipping away at the non-stick coating of the tray which will end up in the food. Poison. If you want a rack in your roasting dish, go for vitreous enamel or stainless steel.


Show me a scientific paper where PTFE is "poison"! You won't find any as there are none. PTFE is a POLYMER and is totally inert, including in the body and when heated to 400C. The precursor to PTFE is cancer causing but NONE is present in the polymer.

I would avoid the Daily Mail in future.

Good price!
jans2 h, 26 m ago

My deal for what? Didn't say I had a deal. Was just talking in general …My deal for what? Didn't say I had a deal. Was just talking in general terms. It's [mostly] common knowledge that you don't use metal implements (which the rack on this will be) on non-stick surfaces. The friction will break down the non-stick property of the tray pan and flake off into the food cooked in it.


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bought one for £12 before crimble i found the handles on the rack stick out a little far for me only just fits in my double oven still a good buy though . hot from me might get another for my second oven for roasties
thanks just ordered two.
thanks OP. Heat added. Just ordered the 3 set of trays for £9, free C&C.
wpj3 h, 26 m ago

Show me a scientific paper where PTFE is "poison"! You won't find any as …Show me a scientific paper where PTFE is "poison"! You won't find any as there are none. PTFE is a POLYMER and is totally inert, including in the body and when heated to 400C. The precursor to PTFE is cancer causing but NONE is present in the polymer.I would avoid the Daily Mail in future.Good price!


Oh behave. thinks he's a Boffin over there. I highly doubt I'm in the minority for not wanting unnecessary flaking chemical particles included with my food. Or are you going to try and deny that happens also? That is irrefutable and the reason why I (and many others) won't entertain non-stick cookware.

Also, yawn at the Daily Mail comment. Try and be a bit more original and source some new material. You'll be calling me a 'snowflake' next, I imagine.
jans30 m ago

Oh behave. thinks he's a Boffin over there. I highly doubt I'm in the …Oh behave. thinks he's a Boffin over there. I highly doubt I'm in the minority for not wanting unnecessary flaking chemical particles included with my food. Or are you going to try and deny that happens also? That is irrefutable and the reason why I (and many others) won't entertain non-stick cookware.Also, yawn at the Daily Mail comment. Try and be a bit more original and source some new material. You'll be calling me a 'snowflake' next, I imagine.


Man up
jans12 h, 30 m ago

My deal for what? Didn't say I had a deal. Was just talking in general …My deal for what? Didn't say I had a deal. Was just talking in general terms. It's [mostly] common knowledge that you don't use metal implements (which the rack on this will be) on non-stick surfaces. The friction will break down the non-stick property of the tray pan and flake off into the food cooked in it.


You really need to take a minute and read the reviews about this item as everyone who took the time to post a review states how easy it is to clean eg "the Roaster was so so easy to clean, I just wiped it out with a Kitchen Roll, any bits on the Rack just simply wiped them off to"which to me suggests the rack might well be non-stick
Edited by: "MEGAONE" 31st Dec 2017
jans15 h, 35 m ago

Oh behave. thinks he's a Boffin over there. I highly doubt I'm in the …Oh behave. thinks he's a Boffin over there. I highly doubt I'm in the minority for not wanting unnecessary flaking chemical particles included with my food. Or are you going to try and deny that happens also? That is irrefutable and the reason why I (and many others) won't entertain non-stick cookware.Also, yawn at the Daily Mail comment. Try and be a bit more original and source some new material. You'll be calling me a 'snowflake' next, I imagine.


I am! PhD chemistry + other science degrees

This is just the same as saying that you will get cancer from having uPVC windows in your house because they are made with vinyl chloride which is also cancer causing- there's none of that there, either.

You are much more likely to get cancer from PFOA (the cancer causing monomer) if you ski as it it is used in ski wax (and stain resistant carpet coatings).
wpj1 h, 9 m ago

I am! PhD chemistry + other science degrees


Fair enough.

wpj1 h, 9 m ago

[b]This is just the same as saying[/b] that you will get cancer from …[b]This is just the same as saying[/b] that you will get cancer from having uPVC windows in your house because they are made with vinyl chloride which is also cancer causing- there's none of that there, either.You are much more likely to get cancer from PFOA (the cancer causing monomer) if you ski as it it is used in ski wax (and stain resistant carpet coatings).


However, how is this in any way comparable to uPVC windows (not that we have those living in a grade 2 listed property) or carpet underfoot? Unless you're inferring that I'm somewhat of a window licker or I have some kind of fetish and get down and dirty with the broadloom - I was tempted to say munching the rug, but that evokes a whole different set of imagery, doesn't it - How are your examples in any way the same as actually physically ingesting the scrapings from a relatively easily damaged roasting dish? In general, I feel your analogy doesn't really hold up due to the proximity aspect.
Vinyl chloride is a gas and can be released (if there) for you to breath in; straight into the lungs isn't good. Stain resistant coatings on carpets can be touched with feet and hands where the lipophilic ("fat liking") fluorinated materials can pass through the skin.

I respect your desire not to use PTFE coated cookware if that is your thing though there is no scientific evidence for PTFE causing cancer (I have switched over to ceramic coated stuff myself , in the main, but only because it does not scratch as badly as PTFE).

The newspaper reference was with regards to their general coverage of science (Guardian excepted) where one day something causes cancer and the next it prevents it.
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