Birdsafe Cookware


New member
Jun 14, 2015
Long Island, New York
Curry the Indian Ringneck
Hey guys I'm looking to buy some new cookware and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for me. I need an entire new set as I am moving in with my other half and the current set she has is non-stick.

I found this on Amazon but I'm unsure if it is considered bird safe.

[ame=""] Cuisinart 77-11G Chef's Classic Stainless 11-Piece Cookware Set: Cuisinart Pot Set: Kitchen & Dining[/ame]

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New member
Sep 27, 2014
Gresham, OR
Zilla 29 Y.O. Orange Wing Amazon
My only recommendation is go to the store and check things out, look and feel different brands and make sure you get ones with nice thick heavy bottoms, or even double thick bottoms or everything will burn and stick!

I spent way too much money on the cheaper ones trying to save money and in the long run spent more than 3 times what I should have and wasted a lot of food!

Bed Bath & Beyond puts out 20% off coupons all the time and you can use them on items that are already on sale most of the time.

If you still really want to buy online then you at least know what brand and which set you want.


New member
Feb 9, 2015
Atlanta, GA
SI Eclectus (Ruby) - 11 / Eclectus (Wrangler) - 7 / Eclectus (Pinto) - 6 /
Red Sided Eclectus (Oliver) - 4 mos. /
White Bellied Caique (Dan) - 2 /
Foster Congo African Grey (Molly) - 6
I collect and use Le Creuset. I also use standard cast iron, and collect and restore it as well.

Nothing else you'll find will have the same nonstick properties as cast iron. I'm an avid cook when my health allows, and cast iron is truly the best cooking surface, period. You can wash it with soap and water once you've developed a decent surface. Getting that surface is not difficult and something you can do in a matter of hours.

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