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    Yes on the fresh mozz. And thanks for the followup report!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    I'm wondering if that's a side effect of using fresh mozz?
    Indeed, fresh mozz works best over 700F. Either way though, one really should strain it overnight prior to use. wrap it in cheese cloth and suspend over a bowl in the fridge.

    Another very helpful tip is to try and use about half the amount of cheese your brain is telling you that you need. It will still be yummy, don't worry, and your other flavors will be more pronounced as well.

    GJ on the pizza btw, beats the hell outta pizza hut, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazmtb View Post
    Stefan,

    Don't use granite. They tend to crack easily if heated. If you want, go get a unglazed Terra Cotta planter dish at Home Depot. I think there are 15" rounds that fit most ovens. It is not ideal, but it might work. The kiln shelf are the best options. There has to be something in Oahu that sells pottery supplies.
    I use unglazed tiles and rounded off the edges to throw in my Weber. Mine cracked after numerous uses and drove to Home Depot again and shelled out another $5. They work great. I've been tempted to try a kiln shelf just for fun since it isn't a bad investment for around $20

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    Quote Originally Posted by azmark View Post
    I use unglazed tiles and rounded off the edges to throw in my Weber. Mine cracked after numerous uses and drove to Home Depot again and shelled out another $5. They work great. I've been tempted to try a kiln shelf just for fun since it isn't a bad investment for around $20
    I found a pottery supply not too far from me and I may go this route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    I found a pottery supply not too far from me and I may go this route.
    I went to look at them at a local place and they say they sell them for pizzas all the time. I'm sure if you tell them you are using them for pizzas they will know exactly what you are talking about. They can also be cut down to size.

    Try a tile too, you'll be surprised how well it works.

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