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Re: Foreman Grill safe for birds?

Posted by Jim on 3/24/06
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    On 3/24/06, Dave wrote:
    > On 3/24/06, Katie wrote:
    >> I will be bringing home a Budgie in a few weeks. I've been
    >> reading up on the dangers of things like non-stick cookware
    >> and space heaters. I'm wondering: does my George Foreman
    >> grill fall into the category of dangerous items? Thank
    > you.
    >
    > No, not at all. The only way that item will hurt your budgie
    > is if the grill lid is open and hot and your bird should
    > accidently fly and land in it-------Dave
    ..
    I thought I should not use my George Foreman griller because
    I have a Galah in the house and one of the roomies has a
    Budgie. I do not cook much anyway but
    told the two girls living here they could not use that griller
    because of the coating and actually as it was a gift and I
    really liked using it (never knew the coating of teflon or
    whatever things are coated with are a health hazard either)
    until I read these board, I was sorry I could not make toasted
    sandwiches and cook hamburgers in it so Dave I am very pleased
    to hear the George Foreman Grill is safe. It must be coated
    with something else which is safe? I was thinking perhaps
    because the lid closes? but oven doors do also so it must just
    be a safe type of coating?
    Thanks
    Jim
    p.s. Glad you asked Katie.