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Longevity of Emile Henry Bakeware v. Le Creuset Stoneware

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Longevity of Emile Henry Bakeware v. Le Creuset Stoneware

Velda Mae | Sep 28, 2009 12:21 PM

I've had some Emile Henry baking dishes for more than 12 years and two of them cracked within a few months of one another. According to another post on this board and the sales associate at Sur la Table, 12 years is a good lifespan for an Emile Henry baker. Now that I'm shopping for replacements I'm wondering whether the projected lifespan for Le Creuset stoneware is any better than that of Emile Henry. Any feedback would be appreciated.

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