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Target.com has Nordic Ware 13" Pizza Stone w/ Serving Rack & Cutter on sale for $11.39. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free for orders $35+ or w/ RedCard. Thanks blee1285

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Set includes 13" cooking stone, serving rack and cutter.

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13" Pizza stone, holder, and cutter for $11. Seems to be decent quality as long as you follow instructions on how to use.

https://www.target.com/p/nordic-w...A-14287032
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Anyone with experience who makes pizza at home knows you need to get your oven as hot as possible (I make mine at 550 degrees) to get results even close to a professional pizza oven. This stone is only good to 400 degrees. It's also kinda small and thin. Invest in a better product, you'll be happier with the results, and the stone will last longer.
You can technically use any flat oven safe surface.
Stones are a step up from cookie sheets or the likes, they tend to make crispier crusts if you know what you are doing.
However, I personally use a cast iron pizza pan (or a pizza steel, same concept). If you preheat the oven and pan long enough it makes unbelievably crispy pizza, even with heavy toppings.
Well most home cooks are amateurs but that's good to know. Do you have a recommendation?

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~5/23 15% off bakeware, all varieties via Target Circle also.
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Is this mandatory for baking pizza??
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<p>These stones have a short life-span. For a stone can expand and contract without being so brittle, try the PizzaCraft stones.</p>
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Is this mandatory for baking pizza??
You can technically use any flat oven safe surface.
Stones are a step up from cookie sheets or the likes, they tend to make crispier crusts if you know what you are doing.
However, I personally use a cast iron pizza pan (or a pizza steel, same concept). If you preheat the oven and pan long enough it makes unbelievably crispy pizza, even with heavy toppings.
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You can technically use any flat oven safe surface.
Stones are a step up from cookie sheets or the likes, they tend to make crispier crusts if you know what you are doing.
However, I personally use a cast iron pizza pan (or a pizza steel, same concept). If you preheat the oven and pan long enough it makes unbelievably crispy pizza, even with heavy toppings.
Ok. Thanks
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Oven safe to 400°F

I usually cook my pizza at 450-475 or with a stone can you lower it?
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Anyone with experience who makes pizza at home knows you need to get your oven as hot as possible (I make mine at 550 degrees) to get results even close to a professional pizza oven. This stone is only good to 400 degrees. It's also kinda small and thin. Invest in a better product, you'll be happier with the results, and the stone will last longer.
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This stone is for amateurs
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This stone is for amateurs
Well most home cooks are amateurs but that's good to know. Do you have a recommendation?
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The whole point of using a pizza stone is to have a very hot oven and a very hot surface for the pizza. I hope the max 400 degrees is a typo.
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Oven safe to 400°F

I usually cook my pizza at 450-475 or with a stone can you lower it?
On "manufacturers site" it says preheat oven to 450. So the 400 degrees must be a typo.
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Well most home cooks are amateurs but that's good to know. Do you have a recommendation?
Any one that's bigger than 13in, too limiting.
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