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  1. Ok thanks for the explanation. But the all-clad...

    Ok thanks for the explanation. But the all-clad also had a hot spot on the induction cooker: http://www.cookingissues.com/2010/02/16/heavy-metal-the-science-of-cast-iron-cooking/ So it's not just a...
  2. Ah I see what you are saying and agree w/r/t...

    Ah I see what you are saying and agree w/r/t simmering. This was the original purpose of flame tamers, after all. I was thinking more about even heating in a frying situation where you aren't...
  3. I can't edit my post anymore but I would like to...

    I can't edit my post anymore but I would like to add that copper of 3.2mm actually has heat-spreading power more like 5.6mm-thick aluminum, not 4mm, going by thermal conductivity. I was a little too...
  4. I would not phrase it that way. You almost NEVER...

    I would not phrase it that way. You almost NEVER want WORSE thermal conductivity. If you wanted to keep the sentence structure of what you wrote, I would rephrase it like so: "If you can't lower the...
  5. Oh yeah, I agree it's a great way to diffuse...

    Oh yeah, I agree it's a great way to diffuse heat. I just wish Modernist Cuisine at least mentioned the drawbacks and had compared aluminum to copper plates given that even copper plates are quite...
  6. I'm just sharing my experiences, because MC did...

    I'm just sharing my experiences, because MC did not even MENTION the downsides to using slabs of aluminum. Yes you gain more even heating, but it comes at a price: loss of energy efficiency and loss...
  7. Modernist Cuisine has grossly exaggerated their...

    Modernist Cuisine has grossly exaggerated their point of view.

    Sorry for necro'ing this thread, but I wanted to say a few words to explain why.

    1) Metal on metal will always have air pockets,...
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    David, to keep everybody happy and in...

    David, to keep everybody happy and in consideration of the people advising to "manage expectations," you might want to include a prominent website notice for people re: natural discolorations, etc....
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    got mine several days ago

    My first BoardSMITH board (maple) came several days ago, and wow, even the *packaging* was first-rate. Shrink wrap and lots of styrofoam blocks to protect the board and feet, professional...
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