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harrism | Jul 21, 201601:35 PM     13

We're hoping to eat fish more often, and to learn more ways of preparing it. I want to start with baking, braising, or other oven methods. I can't find any sort of consensus on what material is best for a baking dish. I can't even find many individual opinions. Is this really a "whatever you have" situation? I lean towards either Pyrex or some ceramic material, but really have no idea. Stainless? Triply? CI? Tinned copper? What's the way to go, or better yet, what are the comparative advantages?

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