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How would you clean a GLAZED pizza stone?


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How would you clean a GLAZED pizza stone?

daramichelle | Jan 2, 2012 09:55 AM

I just bought this awesome Emile Henry glazed pizza stone that can be used in the oven and on the grill, can pretty much bake anything in the oven/grill up to 750 degrees and best of all it can go in the dishwasher! I just used it to bake pizza (which turned out amazing) but cheese bubble off and is now burnt on to it. I tried to get as much off with a sponge as I could, but it still feels rough and caked on. Because it is glazed and can go in the dishwasher do you think it would be safe to use a Brillo pad on it? I know pizza stones are not meant to be always look beautiful, but I wasn't sure about how to clean it. (running it through the dishwasher wouldn't get the burnt crispy feel off)


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