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Old 02-07-2007, 08:33 AM   #11
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I don't think there is actually "soap" on the pizza stone but the fragrance from the product.
I was given an off brand dish soap six months ago. My cutting board was washed with it. My cutting board smelled like a bouquet of flowers. I didn't really notice the smell until I used it. The veggies that I was cutting did not smell like flowers and were okay. I rinsed everything that I was cutting chunk style. I have this one good large cutting board and two smaller ones. I had to finish on another cutting board. (I don't like the smaller ones because they are too hard.)
I poured white distilled vinegar on my cutting board and scrubbed it with a brush. After I rinsed it, the smell was not as bold. I gave my cutting board the vinegar wash each time before I used it for about three weeks.
The smell is now gone.

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Old 02-07-2007, 09:05 AM   #12
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I thought your pizza stone was like your cast iron and just a simple wiping off of debis was all that was needed. My older one is has a sheen similar to cast iron and my newer one is just beginning to shine. I do give it a scraping if some cheese happens to bake on to it but they never see water.


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Old 02-07-2007, 11:10 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by jkath
I'm curious - why would it crack, Caine?
Mine has never even chipped and I believe I've had it at least 10 years.
Nobody seems to be able to explain it, not the people who work in the places I buy them, and not the manfacturers, but it seems every pizza stone I buy ends up cracking within a few weeks. I've pretty much given up, and now I just fit the broken pieces together, like a jigsaw puzzle, and continue to march.
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Old 02-07-2007, 03:50 PM   #14
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Many thanx to all.I shall try your advice and if all else fails there is always Dominoes(UGH!)Going fromItalian to Irish-not a far leap,anybody have a good recipe for crubeens?

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