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Axner stone question

EggTurnerEggTurner Posts: 108
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I am thinking of ordering a 15" (round) x 5/8" Axner cordierite kiln stone for baking on my large BGE. I know that some forum participants have ordered from them and wonder if there were any ordering issues and how they like using it in their egg.
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  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 7,782
    I bought a small plate setter for my small 3 years ago and other than having to do some cutting of legs it works as a good heat difusser.
    I know of a local pottery shop that uses the cordite rounds and have no problems with them at 2200F in their kilns, but have no knowledge about the food issue.
    I have been to their facilities in central florida and they are well respected in the industry. I would buy a round if I needed it. Hope this helps.
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  • EggTurnerEggTurner Posts: 108
    Thank you very much.
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