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  1. John, you just changed my clay life. A year ago I switched to electric fire to stop the "the kiln gods were not smiling on me" complaints. Other potters in my studio are shocked when I now say things like "I made a bad glaze choice on that piece" instead of blaming the humidity on firing day. But I do still have problems with slightly under-fired glaze in the bottom 8 inches and top 5 inches on the kiln. I will stop blaming the kiln and learn to load better. Thank you. -Dawn
  2. A large, wide lidded baking dish with vertically fluted sides made by Jim Simister in Utah. It could do the usual catch water/ cook over a fire/ protect gathered food. In addition, I am quite sure those fluted sides could grate coconut. I would love to give it a try.

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