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Old 08-27-2018, 10:52 AM
 
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Spring for a stainless steel pot, and no more worries about rust, or excess iron.
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Old 09-12-2018, 05:48 PM
 
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For goodness sake, don’t use murietic acid on pots that cook food.

I like the idea of locating a spare lid at the Goodwill. Our GW must have 100 various lids. The lid does not have to match; it just has to fit your pot.
You are very lucky. Our local Goodwill is 99% smelly overpriced clothing and 1% other. I literally have more kitchenware in my house than this Goodwill EVER has at one time. It's like nobody ever donates flatware, knives, corelle, cooking pots, or small appliances. In 30 years I've NEVER seen so much as a toaster, mixer, or blender there. Heck, we hardly ever get crap like "worlds greatest teacher" mugs, fast-food movie premiums, National Geographic magazines, or record albums.
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