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Tagine question

nomadchowwoman | Jan 2, 2012 01:13 PM

I rec'd a tagine as a holiday gift. It is glazed everywhere except the very bottom (the part exposed to heat). The very skimpy instructions said only to soak the whole thing for at least 24 hours and then let it dry completely. I've done that.
Do I need flame tamer under the tagine on a gas flame? Or can the pot sit directly on the gas burner?
Thanks in advance.

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