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  1. Hi All, This seemed the most appropriate heading in the forum list. After posting a request on the Potter Network Facebook group page about cooking pizzas in my small test kiln,(https://www.facebook.com/groups/219780908063139/permalink/1029158647125357/?comment_id=1029269030447652&notif_t=group_comment) I was interested to get many opinions/comments on the hazards of what I was doing. Whilst the majority thought that it was a good idea to cook in the kiln, I am interested in finding out if there are any real hazards and if it is dangerous to health in any way. I first must state that the kiln shelf I use is a designated "pizza" shelf only for food. I vacuum the inside of the electric kiln out reasonably often and that the Pizza is generally cooked in about 10 minutes at about 260 c. I welcome your views. Thanks
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