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Is there a taste/flavor issue that a ceramic coated metal

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Is there a taste/flavor issue that a ceramic coated metal pot is so often used to cook/boil such shellfish as lobster and clams? Relatedly, is there a taste/flavor (or maybe chemical reaction) issue that would cause a cook not to use a stainless steel
pot to cook/boil such shellfish as lobster and clams?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Martin replied 1 year ago.

Hi. No particular problem should happen as far as taste is concerned. The only con for stainless is that chromium and nickel can leach in the food (two metals not good for health).