Flagstone, possibly slate, for use *in* oven
I am going to build a WFO! With our house, we also received fire brick, regular brick and slate(?) flagstone. Obviously I can use the fire brick in the oven, but what about the regular brick and the slate? At least I think it is slate. If I use the slate for the roof of the oven will it be dangerous/explode? Maybe it is not ideal from a cooking standpoint, but that is ok because I intend to test it out and see.
Thanks for any help you can give.
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