I hope someone can help. I recently picked up a white soup tureen that says made in Portugal on the bottom, I don't know exactly what type of material it is made out of.
I washed it when I got it home and some lines showed up on it, they are not cracks but bluish/grayish lines inside the cookware. I can't feel the lines but they are there on the inside and outside of tureen. When the tureen dried the lines disappeared.
I tried googling to see if this happens to tureens regularly but all I could find is that some of them get something called crazing after using. Mine doesn't look like crazing. But I'm afraid that it might fall apart if I put hot soup inside it.
Another site said that tureens that may have been improperly glazed could leach out dangerous chemicals into the food.
I would appreciate any feed back on this matter.
I also posted this on the cooking forum before I realized that the cookery forum might the more appropriate place.
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