(I-BusinessNews.Com, January 02, 2015 ) Richardson, Texas -- Life was simple for those living in the stone age. All they needed to do was get the fire going, get a spit, and roast whatever over coals. No mess, no pot, no pan, no baking mat! Cooking got more complex with the advent of containers for cooking. Scullery was invented! The cooked item had to be separated from the pot, but remnants were left on the cooking utensil. Scrubbing has never been any fun.
Without going back to cooking on a stick, the only alternative was to place something between the food and the cooking container. Using a layer of water was complicated by it boiling off in a short time, but water served the purpose for many small cooking projects. Cooking oil or grease became a layer alternative for baked items. Today many add grease or oil to pans to help get food out of the pot or off the pans, and it does give food some flavor.
Kitchen parchment paper has been used as a substitute for that lubricating layer for the last hundred years and before that occasionally writing paper was employed. It eliminates 'food sticking to the pan' problem and preserves moisture and juices in food wrapped by the parchment. In the last half century or so a number of people have refined this paper idea by adding silicone either to the paper or a paper substitute.
Today's cooks have a variety of options that were only dreamed of in previous generations. There is no need to worry about greasing the pan or adding oil or water. Cookies or roast beef do not have to be concerns. Pans can be readily "covered" with a mat or liner to allow those items to cook and be released from them. Recently Culinary Xessories has introduced its 100% Silicone Baking Mat reinforced with fiberglass mesh as a new and safe, food-grade liner product. It will not smoke like other mats in the market and can be used for baking up to 480°F. Of course it is non-stick and non-toxic, but it is also dishwasher safe and is able to handle 4000 baking cycles. No BPA, FDA, LFGB concerns! Sheets come as 16.5 inch by 11.5 inch bakeware liners.
Cooking parchment is readily available for baking needs, but the cost of three dozen sheets of parchment paper lining is about $5.00; that comes to about 16 cents a sheet. The Culinary Xessories Silicone Baking Mat runs about $28.00 for a set of two, meaning an actual cost per sheet of about a 0.0035 cents considering a lifetime of 4000 uses, that is really a huge saving!
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