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

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Currently out of stock, with more expected mid January.


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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. 

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  • what is max temp for baking stone, as I have been told 100degC for granite, which is 212F - but I heat my oven to 240degF to start with - so that wont do.
    Well the melting point of granite is about 1200C! 250C and above will be fine - the key is to avoid rapid or uneven heating or cooling.
  • Usually when I bake bread I have a pan of boiling water in the bottom of the oven to introduce some steam for the first 10 minutes it is baking. Is it still ok to do this when using this baking stone, or is there a chance the steam could damage or crack t
    No, that's quite a common thing to do and shouldn't affect the granite at all.
  • I am using it to bake bread and want to heat the stone up to 250C, how long should it take for the Baking stone to heat up.
    It really depends on how powerful your oven is - it needs to get itself and your stone to temperature. I would allow 10-20 minutes after your oven has reached temperature as a guide.