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I posted about this in the healthy home too but thought I would ask here. I love my baking stones and always thought they were healthier to cook on than aluminum or teflon but someone told me they heard something bad about the stones. I just got the big casserole dish to go on top of my 9 x 13 baker and use like a clay roaster. I will be so bummed if there is a problem. Has anyone else heard anything bad about stonewear?

Just wondering,

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: I hadn't heard anything bad about stoneware!

I use Pfaltzgraff for baking (also my dinnerware). Because it's made in USA I don't have to worry about the glaze being unsafe etc.
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I haven't heard anything bad about it either.

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Thanks everyone,

I think my friend might have been thinking of the glaze issue. My stoneware isn't glazed so I think it is okay. Whew......I would have been bummed.

take care,
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Thanks everyone,

I think my friend might have been thinking of the glaze issue. My stoneware isn't glazed so I think it is okay. Whew......I would have been bummed.

take care,
Steph
I'll bet that's what she was talking about. The glaze on imported items (and possibly even unglazed items that are imported) could contain things like lead etc.

I don't drink out of cheapie coffee mugs anymore, only my pottery ones made in USA.

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