The world’s most expensive item is actually not steel.
The world is home to some of the world’s cheapest and most beautiful stainless steel.
That’s according to new research by the BBC, which reveals the world is producing far more of it than is required.
The BBC reports that a survey of some 20,000 chefs found that the world has more stainless steel in the world than is used in all the other metals combined.
Stainless steel is the second-most common metal used in kitchen utensils after titanium.
The steel is typically used for all kinds of household products, from the dishwasher to the coffee maker.
Stainless is also used in the production of some types of ceramic and some types or materials in high-tech and consumer goods.
But it is also found in other products, including some of our most popular dishes.
For example, the BBC reported that, in 2015, 1,944 tonnes of stainless steel was used in Britain.
That is almost as much as the total volume of all food and beverage consumed in the UK.
The research also found that, on average, chefs used around 3 tonnes of steel per dish.
The World Wide Web, which is one of the biggest hubs of stainless, has a total of around 12,000 websites, many of which are geared towards food.
The food and drink industry is not the only industry to use stainless steel for food.
An industrial metal recycler, Steel Fabricator, uses stainless steel to produce an aluminium and steel-reinforced plastics in Australia.
And there is a company called NoodleCo that makes stainless steel spoons.
There are even products made with the steel that are sold to food companies.
The new BBC research shows that many chefs are starting to use the material in their kitchen utters.
It also suggests that some countries are not taking the issue of food safety seriously enough.
Some countries, including the United States, China, Japan and Germany, have already banned the production and sale of the metal.
However, many countries have not yet taken the issue seriously, and are making little to no effort to ban it.
As more countries are cracking down on its production, it is likely that demand will increase for stainless steel as more chefs are using it in their cooking.