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Stonecontact.com has the natural stone kitchen utensils, trays, mortar and pestles, cutting boards, grill stones, bowls, pizza stones, and more accessories that you're looking for at incredible prices and designs. Stonecontact.com brings together skillful natural stone masters, factories and wholesalers from all over the world, presenting kitchen accessories made of various stones for your viewing with the best pricing.

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Is marble or granite better for mortar and pestle?

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Both can be used if they are made of solid material without cracks. For general use, the best option would be to get one made from a solid stone material like granite or marble. Mortars made from weaker materials like wood, ceramic, or some type of light metal just won't have the strength to break down the ingredients to where they need to be.

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Do I need to season a marble or granite mortar and pestle?

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Yes, you better do. A new stone mortar and pestle set needs to be seasoned to remove stone grit from the inside. The interior surface is left rough and unpolished so the items you're grinding can "grab" the bottom and sides and not jump out of the bowl. Without seasoning it first, you'll end up with sand or grit in your food.

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Can I dishwash a stone mortar and pestle?

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No, we do not recommend. Do not use soap to clean your natural stone mortar and pestle. You may be able to wash stainless steel and ceramic mortar and pestles in the dishwasher. Make sure to follow the cleaning instructions per the instruction manual that came with your mortar and pestle.

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Can natural stone mortars, cutting boards be put in the dishwasher?

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Stone is a lot more durable than wood, but it's still better left out of the dishwasher. Detergents can harm the finish, and exposure to high heat and lots of water can take its toll, and even cause fractures and cracks.

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Is marble and granite good for cutting board?

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Marble and Granite cutting boards are known for being one of the most hygienic forms of cutting boards. Thanks to their non-porous material, they're able to keep the bacteria and germs from penetrating through the surface. With a natural stone cutting board, you'll simply need to wipe it down after each use to keep it clean.

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How do I seal a marble cutting board?

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Apply a protective sealer to the marble pastry board once a year. This helps prevents stains, and it improves the marble cutting board's appearance. Sealers for marble can also be found at home improvement stores.

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How do I heat my Steak Stones/Grill Stones for best use?

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For optimal use your Steak Stones/Grill Stones need heating to between 280-350 degrees Celsius (approx. 540 -660 Fahrenheit). This can be achieved on the hob or stove (20-30 minutes) under the grill (30-40) minutes, in the oven (40 minutes) or even on the barbecue.

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Which natural stones are suitable for grilling?

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There are many types of cooking stones in the market of different materials: Lava stone, granite, soapstone, marble, slate. When camping by yourself in nature, you can use limestone, some greenstones, granite, soapstone and other meta-sedimentary rocks if you can find one of them. But make sure you never select rocks near or out of water.

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How do I cook steak on a lava stone, steak-grill stone?

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Brush steaks with oil and season generously with salt and pepper (really make it rain). Brush any coals or ash from surface of rocks and place 1 steak on top of each. Cook steak until it easily releases from rocks, 6–12 minutes per side for medium-rare, depending on how hot the rocks are.

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