Food Preparation

  • Food Preparation

Cook your food in glass, enamel, ceramic or microwavable pots and pans. Throw away all metal ware, foil wrap, and metal-capped salt shakers since you will never use them again. If you don’t plan to fry much (only once a week), you might keep the Teflon(TM) or Silverstone(TM) coated fry-pan, otherwise get an enamel coated metal pan. Stir and serve food with wood or plastic, not metal utensils. If you have recurring urinary tract infections, you should reduce your metal contact even further; eat with plastic cutlery. Sturdy decorative plastic ware can be found in hardware and camping stores. Don’t drink out of styrofoam cups (styrene is toxic). Don’t eat toast (many toasters spit tungsten all over your bread and make benzopyrenes besides). Don’t buy things made with baking powder (it has aluminium) or baked in aluminium pans. Choose goods made with baking soda and sold in paper or microwavable pans. Don’t run your drinking water through the freezer or fountain or refrigerator. Don’t heat your water in a coffee maker or tea kettle. Don’t use a plastic thermos jug (the plastic liner has lanthanides) the inside must be glass. Don’t drink from a personal water bottle (it begins to breed bacteria) unless you sterilize it daily.

Why are we still using stainless steel cookware when it contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel? Because it is rustproof and shiny and we can’t see any deterioration. But all metal seeps! Throw those metal pots away. Get your essential minerals from foods, not cookware.

Never, never drink or cook with the water from your hot water faucet. If you have an electric hot water heater the heating element releases metal. Even if you have a gas hot water heater, the heated water leaches metals or glues from your pipes. If your kitchen tap is the single lever type, make sure it is fully on cold for cooking. Teach children this rule.

Food Guidelines

It is impossible to remember everything about every food, but in general do not buy foods that are highly processed. Here are a few foods; see if you can guess whether they should be in your diet or not.

breads Yes but only from a bakery, and never wrapped in plastic.
toast No it has benzopyrene and tungsten.
toast Yes if made on a cookie sheet or in a frying pan.
cheese Yes if used in baked dishes
chicken Yes Only if cooked for 20 minutes at boiling point, as in soup, or canned (never pre pare raw chicken yourself)
peanut butter Yes if you grind it yourself and add 1/4 tsp. vitamin C powder as you grind.
rice Yes if vitamin C is added before cooking.

Use white only, brown is too moldy.

pasta Yes with homemade sauce and vitamin C.
Jell-O™ No it has artificial flavour and colour
egg dishes Yes but not”imitation”, cholesterol-free or cholesteroi-reduced varieties.
soy foods (tofu) No It’s the extensive processing that taints it.
soup Yes if seasoned only with herbs (no bouillon cube).
sugar Yes turbinado or brown if treated with vitamin C.
herb tea Yes if not in a bag and not in a mixture of herbs.

Choose brands with the shortest list of ingredients. Alternate brands every time you shop.