There's no lead in porceline. It can be in some glazes but as others have said only cheap manufacturing places like china use that shit.Lead? In porcelain? Shit, they should start going after stores that import all that crap from China.
Oh my God dude, just find yourself a nice padded room already, you're so terrified of everything.are porcelain bowls safe to eat? been hearing about lead and other metals leeching into food, but haven't found any info
about porcelain, or which material of dinnerware bowls are safest..
I don't know how it works in his country, but here most of porcelain comes from China. I'm starting to suspect that no one controls what is imported from there.Oh my God dude, just find yourself a nice padded room already, you're so terrified of everything.
Do you even know what you're talking about? Or do you just regergitate everything you read on paranoid and clueless yuppy blogs?
I work with porceline everyday. There is no lead in it. There CAN be lead in the glazes, but any 1st world country with regulatory standards wont allow it to be used on commercial goods.
In fact for any porecline to be sold as dinnerwre it has to be coated in a food-safe overcoat of glaze, which is just melted glass.