[Sca-cooks] pots and glaze RE: OOP but WANT!!!!!
phlip at 99main.com
Fri Sep 5 23:59:35 PDT 2008
On Sat, Sep 6, 2008 at 2:30 AM, otsisto <otsisto at socket.net> wrote:
> I can't remember if it is either Mayco or Duncan that makes a clear glaze
> that is high gloss like that in the picture. I have used it once or twice on
> some of my ceramic pieces when it is in stock at the craft place. Since I
> missed the part about it being from Macedonia and not a Macedonian style
> pot, I was commenting on the latter being possibly underglaze with a clear
> glaze on top which usually lead free.
> If I had not over looked the "from Macedonia" I would have agreed that the
> glaze would be questionable for lead content.
> Looking at the picture it looked as if the interior had a glaze but if he
> says that there wasn't any glaze on the interior then my question would be,
> why would he think that it was to be used for cooking? Are there countries
> where an unglazed interior is used for cooking?
Yes, specificly Macedomia, where he bought the pot, which was just
like many others used by Macedonians to cook in ;-) That's why he
Heat it up
Hit it hard
Repent as necessary.
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