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Recycled Kitchen Tools

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Eco-friendly materials are big in the cookware market right now, and one of our favorite green lines is Lamson & Goodnow’s GoodNow recycled cooking tools. The business end of each tool contains 90 percent high-carbon stainless steel recycled from old appliances and car parts. And though you’d never know it to look at them, the heat-resistant handles are made from 100 percent recycled paper compressed with nonpetroleum resin. Adding to their green pedigree, the tools are made in Lamson’s 170-year-old Massachusetts factory, which is powered with hydroelectric energy produced from a river that runs through the factory grounds, and all of the manufacturing scraps are recycled. The line includes assorted turners and spatulas, plus a potato masher. For handling delicate foods like fish fillets, you can’t beat this 3×6-inch chef’s slotted turner (a.k.a. fish spatula). You can find it at amazon.com, Lamson GoodNow 3×6-inch chef’s slotted turner, $29.99.

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