Alistair wrote:I too would be concerned as I've read a lot of articles about it, though understood that Teflon was only particularly hazardous at very high temperatures (400f+). I would not recommend using Teflon pans to cook at high heat.
Fully stainless portafilters would be great, though I don't know if anyone is making them?
James Hoffmann wrote:Ok - I know we've been through this before, but I want to bring the discussion back.
All the machines at WBC had teflon pfs and steam wands and despite myself I have to say that I really liked them. I know Tim W. loves his and a few other people have them. Would anyone recommend them? Who here has played with them since the last time they were brought up?
Is it a way to clean single espressos? (As in - dirtless without having to go naked)
Brian Ludviksen wrote:All of the Teflon (or Portaflon) coated portafilters that I've seen have spouts that are not coated. Does anyone think this could inhibit the benefits of a coated portafilter? I can't help but think that a bottomless portafilter is the only way to avoid any negative effects of espresso running down the bottom of a portafilter and through the spouts.
James Hoffmann wrote:Where are these available from? I quite fancy one!
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