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Speaking of Pizza

EllisEllis Posts: 195

My pizza stone is looking a little sad, can you do a clean burn on it, and if so what set up. Thanks up front


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  • BrownieBrownie Posts: 1,023
    dark is considered "seasoned"... Your good IMO

    I guess you could treat it like a clean burn and grill it direct upside down, but I'd be careful of the temp... Some stones are said to crack and break under extreme temps.
  • EllisEllis Posts: 195
    Thanks Brownie, I do scrape all the burnt cheese and other stuff off with a razor scraper. So now if some one ask me why it's looks funky, I have the answer. My stone is now officialy SEASONED. 

  • SkiddymarkerSkiddymarker Posts: 7,614
    Scrape, wipe it but never soap it. As long as things do not stick to it you are good to go. 
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