Posted 25 July 2014 - 05:44 PM
I own commercial,pizza stone and have cooked professionally with a wood burning pizza oven.
I've made a clay for raku initially, is often used for kiln "coasters". And are faring well after multiple,firings.
I'm going hypothesize that yes you can a. Successful pizza stone' as opposed to
A pizza stone would have to tolerate at most 600 F.
The cllay Imade was a a stone ware with porcelain that was groged up quite a bit.
I think the secret is in the grog.next you'll want your clay to be near vitrification if you want it resistant however an under fired piece will sustain more thermal shock
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