Tower T80207 Aluminium Pressure Cooker 5.5 L  £22.50 @ Amazon
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Tower T80207 Aluminium Pressure Cooker 5.5 L £22.50 @ Amazon

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Found 30th Jan
I believe this is a very good Price for branded Pressure Cooker.
RRP: £89.99 Price: £22.50 & FREE Delivery in the UK. You Save: £67.49 (75%)
Aluminium body and ergonomic stay-cool handles
Includes steamer basket and stand
Visual pressure indicator raises when cook
Suitable for all hob types
Comes with a 10 year guarantee

You could also buy 4L one for £19.99 at Groupon + Delivery
groupon.co.uk/dea…ker?

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Original Poster

Coorect link for 4L in Groupon

groupon.co.uk/dea…ker?
Edited by moderator: "Jan 30, 2017 08:50" 30th Jan

Does anyone still buy Alu, after the revelation that it causes Alzheimers type brain damage?

Foods like tomatoes will leach Alu out of the metal and into your body, where it builds up in the brain.

I also havent had much joy with these steel plate jobs on an induction hob, they work, but nowhere near as well as a proper SS construction, and on one, the plate decided to separate from the rest of the pan (and a top brand as well)

Wow it's been a while since we heard that Myth started in the 60's....but hey... fake news is everywhere

Banned

I don't know is it cause or not, but I had one alu from argos and even potatoes tasted awful from it. Everything what I cooked in it tasted metallic. I returned it and I bought tefal stainless steel from them (and cooked food stop taste metallic) so for me it's 0-1 situation. I didn't believe in it till I tasted. False economy.

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Gentle_Giant

Does anyone still buy Alu, after the revelation that it causes Alzheimers … Does anyone still buy Alu, after the revelation that it causes Alzheimers type brain damage?Foods like tomatoes will leach Alu out of the metal and into your body, where it builds up in the brain.I also havent had much joy with these steel plate jobs on an induction hob, they work, but nowhere near as well as a proper SS construction, and on one, the plate decided to separate from the rest of the pan (and a top brand as well)



alzheimer.ca/en/…num

"Most researchers no longer regard aluminum as a risk factor for Alzheimer's disease. However, some researchers are still examining whether some people are at risk because their bodies have difficulties in handling foods containing the metals copper, iron, and aluminum."

Its not the cause of Alzheimers per sé, but it does cause symptoms very similar.(hence the word "type").

Go look what happened when powdered Alu was accidentally added to a village water supply 30 years ago.
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