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    or how ever you spell it. anyone use it? i do and love it!
     
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    I like cotton for most things myself.
     
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    i think your talking about clothing...
    but if your screwing with me, bite me...lol
     
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    I'm just screwing with you Johnney. :D

    Stonewear is great. It conducts heat very evenly, fantastic for baking. I used to have a smale stonewear pot for roasting garlic, but I dropped it. Tile floors are not very forgiving.
     
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    no they arent! i made the mistake of using dishsoap on mine.... yeah im a knot head sometimes
     

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