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Old 03-30-2013, 12:41 AM   #16
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Is that dull, or unwaxed, on both sides? (The website doesn't say.)
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Old 03-30-2013, 06:32 AM   #17
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Here is a pic of the PLAIN BROWN craft paper from Wallyworld.Thirty inches wide and looks just like a plain brown grocery bag(which I have used for cooking for many years).MUCH cheaper than parchment paper.I would think that RED butcher paper has dye too. ???




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Im sure the red butcher paper has dye in it

but the red butcher paper is made for contact with food. So the dye would be safe in that case

Unless its labeled food grade I would not use it. I would rather spend $3 on parchment paper

but thats just me

Im not saying its good or bad, I just dont know. So I dont want to chance it
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Old 03-30-2013, 08:08 AM   #18
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Staples carries 40# white butcher paper in various sizes. It is FDA approved. You have one in Granbury. If it isn't stocked, I bet they will order it for you.

http://t.staples.com/skava/static/pr...22%5D%7D&t=yes
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Does anyone know of a source for totally unwaxed, food approved paper? The Staples site does not give that information, either.
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Does anyone know of a source for totally unwaxed, food approved paper? The Staples site does not give that information, either.

http://www.reynoldskitchens.com/prod...archment-paper

http://www.reynoldskitchens.com/medi...chment_faq.pdf
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Does anyone know of a source for totally unwaxed, food approved paper? The Staples site does not give that information, either.
The staples butcher paper is FDA approved paper for food use.

There are two types of paper commonly called butcher paper. The first one is uncoated, which is the one I linked to. The other is more properly called freezer paper, which has a thin polyethylene film on one side. Staples also sells the freezer paper, buti it is not the one to buy.

The waxed paper you refer to is probably parchment paper, not butcher paper.
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Sorry, I should have said uncoated. (Don't know why I didn't think to, since I like to use the silicone-coated parchment paper a lot.)
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The staples butcher paper is FDA approved paper for food use.

There are two types of paper commonly called butcher paper. The first one is uncoated, which is the one I linked to. The other is more properly called freezer paper, which has a thin polyethylene film on one side. Staples also sells the freezer paper, buti it is not the one to buy.

The waxed paper you refer to is probably parchment paper, not butcher paper.
Thanks, Jim, now I can order this and know exactly what I'm getting.
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