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Last Edited by hleapha February 3, 2018 at 07:16 PM
Check your oven depth! I thought I had a standard oven but can only fit a 14" stone.

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I got tired of these breaking so I went to a pottery supply shop and bought a 16 inch round kiln shelf for $20. Has lasted years with direct exposure to flame, etc. Much better over all and is 3/4 of an inch thick.
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Only if you use the New Haven style pizza adapter.
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Some of you are true chefs. I'd just go buy a Digiorno Pizza and slap it on on some foil and call it a night.
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I've had a Deal Alert set up on pizza stones for months. Seems like a great buy. Thanks OP!
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Can work but too thin.

Call it "Old Stone" directly may be better known among pizza fans.
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I got tired of these breaking so I went to a pottery supply shop and bought a 16 inch round kiln shelf for $20. Has lasted years with direct exposure to flame, etc. Much better over all and is 3/4 of an inch thick.
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Great price. I've been wanting one of these for awhile. 16 inch is pretty big too.
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I got tired of these breaking so I went to a pottery supply shop and bought a 16 inch round kiln shelf for $20. Has lasted years with direct exposure to flame, etc. Much better over all and is 3/4 of an inch thick.
^^^ this
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do these really do anything and what? my convection oven toasts pizzas better than my old oven. would this really help my pizza experience or even a pizza oven help? if i recall the stone oven pizza shop was pretty soggyish
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Will this work for New Haven style pizza?
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Some of you are true chefs. I'd just go buy a Digiorno Pizza and slap it on on some foil and call it a night.
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Will this work for New Haven style pizza?
Only if you use the New Haven style pizza adapter.
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Some of you are true chefs. I'd just go buy a Digiorno Pizza and slap it on on some foil and call it a night.
Once you start making your own fresh dough and pizza ingredients, that grocery store pizza freezer case just doesn't look the same.
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Or on that same page on Amazon: a pack of 2 for the low, low price of $102! In stock with free shipping, no less.

Thank you sir. Please may I have another?
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