Re: Turkey or Chicken in a bucket
Jay Thal (jay.thal@TCS.WAP.ORG)
Tue, 28 Apr 1998 11:53:01 EST
I'd be concerned with that "tinned" bucket. Tin was?is used to line some high
quality, usually copper, cookware. The tinning prevented somewhat unhealthy
compounds from forming from the copper during the cooking process.
What we commonly refer to as a "Tin" bucket is actually galvanized - covered
with Zinc. I know that many of us take traces of Zinc in our multi-vitamins,
but I'm unsure about its use or combination with other things during the
I know that the recipe says that "no part of bird touches bucket", but would it
be wizer to line the bucket with aluminum foil?
Some of you chemists/deical folk out there should chime in.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City