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Wet platesetter

EggtuaryEggtuary Posts: 400
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I was all excited about making pizzas on my Egg tonight. I cleaned it out, started up the fire, and then went to get my platesetter and pizza stone. Both are wet!

Now, they're not sopping wet. But they're partially sitting in the bottom of an outdoor cabinet that has about a cm of water in it.

Does this mean I shouldn't cook on them? Is the moisture content enough to compromise the pieces? That is, could they crack? Or am I safe to put them on the Egg?

If I can't put them on the Egg tonight, any special procedures to dry them out for next time?

Thanks in advance!

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