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Home lacto-fermentation in glass, stoneware or plastic?

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by Olav23 9 years ago

Hi all, I've recently become interested in home lacto-fermentation after reading "Nourishing Traditions" and "Wild Fermentation". Strengthening my immune system around flu season is always a good ...

New Le Creuset Stoneware "Keeper" Jars, SO cute!!!

mobius981
by mobius981 9 years ago

Has anyone seen this apparently new line? Check it out: honey pot, barbecue sauce pot, syrup pitcher, garlic keeper, mustard jar, Jam (berry) jar, and possibly best of all :an olive jar!! Most come...

Best Stoneware for Baking/Roasting/Oven?

mobius981
by mobius981 10 years ago

I have had a large set of virtually unbreakable bulletproof Corningware forever and have no usage complaints. Just ready to step up to new, more elegant (and more colorful) cookware! I have been lo...

glass/stoneware for stove top?

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by skimsogood 10 years ago

Hi there, I am a beginner cook in search of heat-resistant glass or stoneware soup/stock pots. My mother told me to use these in making veggie soup so I can "better preserve the vitamins/minerals"...

Sauerbraten stoneware pot

Kosmonaut
by Kosmonaut 10 years ago

What is the specific name for a sauerbraten stoneware pot - I've been trying to find one and googling for "sauerbraten pot," etc. has yielded no results. Is there a specific name (probably German)...

Stoneware vs enameled cast iron pans

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by E_M 10 years ago

When would stoneware be an advantage for a rectangular baking pan? For example, there is this piece of stoneware: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/137943/?cm_src=hero and this piece of ECI: ...

Longevity of Emile Henry Bakeware v. Le Creuset Stoneware

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by Velda Mae 10 years ago

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...

Where can I buy stoneware crocks, for pickles/kraut?

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by celeriac 10 years ago

Hey hounds, Anybody know where I could buy some straight-walled stoneware crocks, the type traditionally used for making sauerkraut, pickles, and the like? A critical accessory for any year-rou...

Stoneware Pumpkin Casserole

flourgirl
by flourgirl 10 years ago

I just purchased and received this gorgeous stoneware (oven proof and microwavable) pumpkin casserole that I found on Etsy. I absolutely love it and wanted to share this with everyone. The name of...

Questions re: Le Creuset Stoneware

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by spmc 10 years ago

Hello all, first post here. I was wondering what people had to say about the stoneware line of Le Creuset. Much less expensive than the cast iron, and I know it can't go on the stovetop. Are t...

Stoneware Bar Pan

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by josephsm 13 years ago

A friend of mine was getting rid of an untouched stoneware bar pan (10 x 15 x 1) from the Pampered Chef so I took it off her hands. What is it good for? The pamphlet recommends bar cookies, drop ...

Le Creuset Stoneware 5.3 Qt Oval Covered - $56

NYChristopher
by NYChristopher 12 years ago

Sorry I didn't see this earlier, good only until maybe 3 a.m. Eastern time tonite http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0009U5N1W/sr=11-1/qid=1200520180/ref=xs_gb_20_center-2_rw_uk_17623?ie=UTF8&s=kit...

Food allergies and stoneware

chowser
by chowser 12 years ago

I know a few people with nut allergies. I was going to bake some oatmeal walnut bread on a pizza stone but then thought the nut oils might get into the porous stone and anything I baked on it afte...

Stoneware butter keeper--love it!

The Dairy Queen
by The Dairy Queen 13 years ago

I can't seem to find the thread anymore, but in the last month or two, there was a thread asking if people left their butter out so it would stay soft. I've always worried about leaving it out, wo...

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