Cooking Is There Lead in Cast Iron Pans? by David The Good October 23, 2015October 23, 2015 written by David The Good October 23, 2015October 23, 2015 There’s a terrifying rumor going around that there’s lead in cast iron pans and other cookware. Could this be true? Be brave. Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Cast Iron Whips TeflonBilimbi: In Search of Ghost FruitCob Rocket Stove UpgradeHow to Make Fresh Noni JuiceMore Dangerous than Raw Meat 3 comments PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Growing Chayote Squash next post Food Forest Before and After Related Articles How to Eat Noni Fruit March 29, 2017 I Smashed My Earth Oven! July 29, 2020 How To Make Recycled Paper Fire Bricks November 9, 2015 Ackee is coming in – I’m going to... February 3, 2017 How to Make Fresh Noni Juice January 22, 2018 Turning coconut shells into charcoal February 12, 2018 Rocket Ovens Kickstarter June 25, 2018 Make Your Own Live Fermented Pickles (A Very... September 4, 2017 Building an Earth Oven with Cob Construction October 15, 2015 Grinding Homegrown Cayenne Peppers into Red Pepper September 17, 2021 3 comments Marilyn October 29, 2015 - 11:01 am Love your video on lead in cast iron. Particularly your thinking cap. You taught me some facts about cast-iron and it’s uses I did not know. I have been using cast iron utensils for 60 years. Nice to know that it is safe after all these years. Reply David The Good October 29, 2015 - 11:10 am Thank you, Marilyn. 60 years – you’re smarter than most folks! A lot of people gave up on cast iron thanks to the space-age promises of Teflon. Reply Marilyn October 31, 2015 - 9:57 am I tried Teflon when it was new. Sounds like a god idea especially if you like eating the teflon coating. The pans don’t last like cast iron or good stainless steel. Neither will hurt you. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.