I am going to try and do some higher temperature cooks for pizza. I don’t think the felt is going to cut it.
I just read this:
It had this one quote in it:
“Any serious health risks would be equally likely to harm anyone using the product in its intended application in fireplaces and woodstoves.”
The one thing about this is that if any of the edge of the gasket burns on the wood stove, it is on the inside and just goes up the chimney. On the egg, the smoke from burning contacts your food. Is the rutland burn proof? Has anyone noticed the gasket being burned in such a way that it may be giving off fumes?