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Use caution and factor in possible ceramic surface scratching with rough cast iron cooking bases. Worth bearing in mind that flatter and smoother cast iron bases are the best for heat transfer. Follow any manufacturers instructions for the Cast Iron Baking Stone and also for the Ceramic Hob. My own Baking Stone works a treat on gas but ceramic mediums should also be fine.
12 Dec 2013 by Mr. Philip G. Rees
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Used mine loads for making welsh cakes :)
22 Apr 2014 by cathponty
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Yes. Both sides are the same.
29 Mar 2014 by gary jamessmith
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I don't know the weight but it is very heavy
29 Jul 2014 by Susan Taylor
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The handle cut out section takes away about 3cm of the total cooking surface area of 27cm. The 3cm loss is barely noticeable as the remaining stone is the full 27cm as advertised.
28 Apr 2014 by Mr. Philip G. Rees
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It is quite heavy and could scratch it. I use it mainly for making pizzas in the oven, preheating it on a gas hob first.
2 Dec 2013 by N. Ragavan
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