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Target has the Nordic Ware Baker's Half Sheet for $6.99. They are $10 at Walmart and $22 for 2 at Amazon. These are Wirecutter's favorite half sheet.

I was able to get them to honor the price in store by showing the app price. It may be preferred to select them in store since occasionally a sheet has an imperfection. My store had dozens.

https://www.target.com/p/nordic-w...A-14901174
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Can you elaborate on the circle deal as I don't see it in my target app ? Thanks
Mine came up with an "Available offers Target Circle 10% off" For Bakeware
OfferID: 293627
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Hope that helps!
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How did that work?
Mine came up with an "Available offers Target Circle 10% off" For Bakeware
OfferID: 293627
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​Hope that helps!
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I bought some of these at costco not realizing they were aluminum.

A friend came over and told me not to use them to cook on that they are dangerous. She said that the aluminum will leach when heated above 100F degrees.

Anyone know anything about this? I do see stuff about aluminum leaching from sites that as I know as being legit.
As I'm not a materials science subject matter expert, I can't comment about the leaching. That said, I believe pairing these with a silicone baking mat would provide a simple solution to alleviating your concerns. Happy Holidays!
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Nearly every restaurant you eat in uses these or ones similar. If it were true nearly everyone would have alzheimer's. File this aluminum scare alongside the vaccine scam.
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Ok now show what the health hazards are because aluminum as an Alzheimer's risk has been debunked for years.
The objections to the idea that aluminum intake causes Alzheimers disease are:

1. Al cannot enter the brain in sufficient amounts to cause damage
2. Excess Al is excreted from the body
3. Al accumulation in neurons is a consequence, rather than a cause of, neuronal damage.

In response to these objections, consider that studies show:

1. Very small amounts of Al are needed to produce neurotoxicity, and food intake is enough to satisfy this
2. There are a variety of transport mechanisms that allow Al to reach the brain
3. Small amounts of Al ingested over a lifetime lead to its accumulation in the brain
4. Evidence shows that chronic Al intoxication reproduces symptoms of Alzheimer's disease

I summarized these points from this highly-cited 2011 article:

Tomljenovic, L. (2011). Aluminum and Alzheimer's Disease: After a Century of Controversy, Is there a Plausible Link? Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 23(4), 567–598. doi:10.3233/jad-2010-101494

Research can rarely confirm something with absolutely certainty. But there is enough evidence of a link that I'd be very hesitant to use the word 'debunked' with that idea.
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These aren't as sturdy as I'd prefer but they are a good quality product for $7. Mine have held up well but I really wish they didn't flex as much.
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And because you use it all the time makes it safe? People drive without seat belts all the time too. Studies say it is poison. Educated people stick with glass, ceramic, and stainless steel.
I meant the general proliferation of them, including when I worked at restaurants. And most restaurants today use them, in part because almuminum's low density and low interference with the food's cooking process (like the opposite of a pizza stone).

But more than that, the question was whether lining them negates any impacts of aluminum or should I double up on my tinfoil hats and essential oils?
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In for 2! Thanks!
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Love nordic ware - only baking sheets and pans i use! Picked up 3 more. Thanks op!
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I meant the general proliferation of them, including when I worked at restaurants. And most restaurants today use them, in part because almuminum's low density and low interference with the food's cooking process (like the opposite of a pizza stone).

But more than that, the question was whether lining them negates any impacts of aluminum or should I double up on my tinfoil hats and essential oils?
You probably should. Because you obviously can't read or comprehend the correct information with your current mental status. As if the common restaurant is some sort of proof.
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You probably should. Because you obviously can't read or comprehend the correct information with your current mental status. As if the common restaurant is some sort of proof.
Not proof, but when there are literally billions of these in use across all restaurants today, yet no link has been determined, I don't have much concern.

Further, since there are billions in use, I'm not concerned.

Why don't you come to visit me anymore? Who are you?
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Can I use this for roasting? I plan to put a cookie rack over for roasting beef.
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If I'm wearing my tin hat while eating something cooked on an aluminum pan, I should be protected anyway, right?
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