The Ovenless KitchenMany with environmental illness will eventually find that cooking with a standard gas oven makes them very ill. In fact, William J. Rea, M.D., director of the Environmental Health Center in Dallas has said in his Planet Thrive Q & A column that “no one with chemical sensitivity can live around or with natural gas and expect to get well.” The obvious solution is to go electric, but what about those with severe electrical sensitivity who cannot use electric stoves or hot plates? Not to worry! Aside from adapting a completely raw foods diet, there are a whole bunch of options for heating and cooking food. Julie Genser has surveyed those with both severe chemical and electrical sensitivities in her community and presents an array of available options for the “ovenless kitchen.” read the whole article

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