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Old 04-26-2012, 04:30 PM   #31
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I love my half time oven but it heats very unevenly. I'm going to try the pizza stone. My question, do I leave the little 'shelf' in the oven and put the pizza stone on top of that or put it directly on the glass microwave part? My stove is a combination microwave/half-time/convection oven in one.
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Old 05-01-2012, 09:30 PM   #32
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I found this place and ordered the 12x12 square. Fits great and is thicker than a ceramic tile.

http://www.creativeceramicsandglass....izzastones.php
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Old 05-01-2012, 09:51 PM   #33
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making your own mozzarella is super easy. You can order supplies from
New England cheesemaking @ www.cheesemaking.com

We've made it a bunch of times while camping. nothing better than bruschetta made with home grown tomatoes & basil and freshly made mozzarella. Um um good!!
I get supplies from The Cheese Maker
You can make mozzarella in less than an hour.
When your dough is rising.
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Old 05-06-2012, 05:43 AM   #34
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Just purchased this 15" Hamilton Beach Pizza stone at Kitchen Collection for $11.99. It fits perfectly in my Surburban oven. Didn't need the little rack that came with it but the price was right. Really makes a difference. Now the bottom of my biscuits don't burn.

Kitchen Collection 15 Inch Ceramic Pizza Baking Stone KPS1500 at Kitchen Collection

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Old 05-06-2012, 06:38 AM   #35
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So, do you cook directly on top of this or do you have another shelf above this ceramic disk?
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Hoo Dad,
We never cook directly on ours. The pizza stone or disc is used to more evenly distribute the heat.
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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.
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So, do you cook directly on top of this or do you have another shelf above this ceramic disk?
I cook on the shelf above it.
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We never cook directly on ours. The pizza stone or disc is used to more evenly distribute the heat.
Do you have a removable rack in your oven? I didn't notice one in your pic. Or do you place pans directly on the disc?
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:22 AM   #40
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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
sharks!

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................

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