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You must be using this word differently than I would, because to me this means a crockpot. There is no lead in a crockpot.
If I strecth I can make this into meaning a cast iron roasting pot, and no lead their either.
Hopefully someone else will come along and know what you are talking about.
I contacted Rival about the glaze on their crockpots. They are lead free.
Here is the email I received from them.
I have just received your email and would like to thank you for writing. The glaze that we use on our products does not contain lead. It is made of silica flour, clay, feldspar, frit, and a few non-toxic minerals. These are ground up mixed, in specific quantities, with water. The resulting is slurry sprayed onto the pot and it is fired in the kiln at or around 1200-1600 degrees. If you need more information please contact us at 1(800)777-5452, 6am-3pm, MST, Monday through Friday.
Jarden Consumer Solutions
What do you all think of this product?
I just did a quick web search for lead free slow cookers, and this was mid-way down the page:
VitaClay Gourmet Rice N' SlowCooker Pro
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