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Cleaning Pampered Chef Stones

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You know just today, I was wondering about that. I believe the pizza type of stones are what you are talking about right.  I was baking a sweet pototoe today and noticed it was dripping on it. I was thinking how am I going to clean that thing. well now I know. Thank you.

I don't know if any of you use the baking stones marketed by The Pampered Chef.  I have a number of them (I used to be a consultant) and thought I would pass along a cleaning tip. I use this often on my own stones and have found it effective when  cleaning stones purchased stones at yard sales.  If you are familar with the stones you know that under no condition are you to use any sort of soap or detergent on them.  The result is a soapy after taste. Some people are uncomfortable with the idea of using only hot water and a scraper to remove any residue of cooking. There are two substances that are perfectly safe and effective . Both vinegar and baking soda are great at cutting through excess grease and/or stains and each rinses absolutely clean.  I use either a paste of baking soda or simply dump some in /on a damp stone. Either using my hands or a scraper I work the baking soda into the stone taking advantage of the abrasive nature of the paste that is formed. When I've worked the area I simply rinse with hot water and let air dry.


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