Home Forums Cooking Cooking Questions Q & A-Why does my pizza stone "smell" ?

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    luckylucky
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    Think of your pizza baking stone as a sponge; it will soak up everything put on it. These “stones” are actually molded sand, tightly compacted under high pressure. Like sand on the beach, they will suck in any liquid exposed to the surface. Anything else in the water — including soap — goes right into the stone. Manufacturers warn you to use only clear, plain water to clean a baking stone.

    First, completely submerge your baking stone in warm, clear, plain water for 15-20 minutes. This should thoroughly saturate the stone with clean water and dilute the soap residue. Next, remove the stone from the water and place it on a pie cooling rack on your kitchen counter. Allow the stone to dry completely overnight.

    Repeat the same soaking and drying process five or six nights in a row. After the last round, bake some pizza dough on the stone. If the pizza stone still smells, I’m afraid your stone is destined for the trash

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    crazybuoy
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    hey

    use fined Alechi in ur piza to avoid smell. hope it will help.

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    sarahllx01
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    Cardamom has a strong, unique taste, with an intensely aromatic, resinous fragrance. Black cardamom has a distinctly more smoky, though not bitter, aroma with a coolness some consider similar to mint.

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