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  • Curing Pizza Stone?

    Do I need to cure the stone? If so how?
    Also is it necessary to heat the stone prior to putting it in the oven? I don't want it to crack.
    Michelle

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    Re: Curing Pizza Stone?

    no, you don't need to cure. but what kind of stone? cordierite shouldn't crack - but the ceramic stones all crack sooner or later.
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      Re: Curing Pizza Stone?

      Originally posted by deejayoh View Post
      - but the ceramic stones all crack sooner or later.
      They sure do!!

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        Re: Curing Pizza Stone?

        Originally posted by stonecutter View Post
        They sure do!!

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        I'm sorry but that picture cracked me up (pun intended). Did you cure it
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          Re: Curing Pizza Stone?

          Originally posted by Les View Post
          Did you cure it
          Yup. Ate the pie, threw the stone in the trash!
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