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Old 10-21-2012, 09:38 PM
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Default Re: Max floor temp for cast iron

23 years ago I lived in Germany with my girlfriend who was a renown German potter, who would sometime get commission for cookware and place setting. She explained that her pieces were use in the traditional manner, the glazed pieces for serving, the unglazed for cooking. Traditional they would soak the piece in water and use the steam of the vessels to moisturized the food.
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