Originally Posted by cbconway
You might want to be careful allowing food to contact glazed surfaces directly, unless the glazes are certified "food safe". My daughter, who is a potter, tells me that many glazes are loaded with nasty heavy metals. She uses a respirator and gloves when making up her glazes.
Given the fact that many people make mistakes
or fail to RTFM, any maker of food products
who fails to use a "food safe" glaze would be
courting contact with the LawSuits Unlimited
And, of course, government overregulators
would be in a tizzy to make new regulations.
I wonder if any of the pizza stones actually
say that they use non "food safe" glazes?
Certainly be a reason to avoid them................