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I'd say it heats and conducts about the same as Al and probably quicker than stainless. No funky metallic aftertaste either. Ti's biggest virtue is weight not price, so Lizard's advice is good too.tracker wrote:Does the titanium heat faster then Aluminum or stainless steel? What about food taste? Any leeching?
How many studies are needed?Lizard wrote:There is no real proof that eating/cooking with aluminum causes Alzheimer's. There was one (1) study done that showed a link between Alzheimer's and raised levels of aluminum in the brain. But as they say, correlation =/ causation.