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Granite Baking Stone, 30cm by 30cm and 3cm thick

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Square granite baking stone, 30x30cm, ideal for baking artisan bread and pizzas. All edges bevelled and the top surface is polished.

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Now improved with all edges neatly bevelled, the ultimate in baking stones, made from granite, so really tough and 3cm thick which means that it will hold a lot of heat (especially compared to the thin pizza stones). This is ideal for baking bread as the heat in the stone improves the loaf's oven spring or bottom-heat helps produce a great oven spring to the loaf. Try using your granite baking stone on your barbecue for making barbecue-baked pizzas.

Baking stones should be placed into a cold oven and allowed to warm with the oven, and to cool in the oven after baking, to avoid shocking the stone: good advice for all baking stones. 

Our granite is thicker and more dense than many others available on the net - which is crucial when used for baking bread in the oven - we feel it should also give you better results!

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  • I have two granite baking stones. Please can you tell me whether there is any further way I can clean them other than scraping? As I keep them in my AGA they do tend to become rather messy. Can I wash them when they are cold if I don't immerse them in wat
    The best way is to use a metal scraper with a flat edge or a metal scouring pad. The stones may be immersed in water for a short time if you wish but you should then allow it to dry for some time (days) to allow the water to escape before heating it again. Maybe leave it in warm sunshine or an airing cupboard.
  • Does using a granite baking stone change the length of time the bread has to be cooked for when compared to a baking tray?
    Yes, it will be a little less as the extra heat from the stone will bring the heat up in the oven faster following the door being opened and will also push more heat into the loaf ffrom the underside. The biggest effect though is to bake it better.
  • Will the granite baking crack if i put water in the oven to create steam
    As long as the granite isn't submerged in water, this will be fine and many people do this to achieve a crispy crust.

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