Soapstone Cooking Pots
Besides Soapstone Pots, we also have a full line of Marble and Soapstone Entertaining Accessories! Soapstone cookware is natural, beautiful and functional. Keeps food warm for longer! Soapstone pots and pans can be used for cooking, decorating or storage.
- Totally Natural
- No Leaching or Breakdown
- Even and Constant Heat
- Does NOT React with Acidic Foods
- Virtually Non-Stick After Curing
- Stovetop and Oven Safe
- Keeps Food/Liquids Hot or Cold Much Longer than Metal Cookware
- Imparts No Odor or Taste
- Easy to Clean
- Darkens Overtime With Use
- Lasts for Generations!
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How to Clean your Soapstone Cookware
- Allow the soapstone to cool or warm to room temperature on its own. Rinsing with a sponge and hot water is sufficient to clean the soapstone. Occasionally you will need to use detergent (when frying or sauteing some foods). Reapply a little oil after using detergent.
Curing Soapstone Information
Avoid Thermal Shock: Do not subject cookware to sudden hot or cold temperature changes. Never heat an empty pot. Use only low-to-medium heat on glass (ceramic) stovetops. Allow it to cool on its own before washing. Avoid high heat and frying for the first few uses. When cooking soapstone for cols-serving, make sure it’s at room temperature before placing it in the refrigerator.
- Before curing, wash with a sponge or brush in hot water, and allow it to dry thoroughly.
- To begin curing, amply grease all surfaces of your soapstone cookware with your choice of cooking oil.
- Set it in a warm location for at least 24 hours. The oil will evaporate and the stone will become almost dry looking again.
- After that drying time, fill the pot with water. Put on the stove at low setting and GRADUALLY up to medium or medium-high to bring the water to a boil. Allow water to boil, uncovered for 30 minutes.
- Let the boiled water return to room temperature on its own before draining.- For longer, lasting, deeper cure repeat the oil, heating and cooling process 3 times.
- For the first few uses, turn up the heat GRADUALLY to avoid thermal shock and cracking.
- FOR THE LIDS: the same wash and oil process, but instead of boiling, place the lid in an oven set at 350 degrees. Leave it at this setting for 15 minutes , then turn oven off and allow lid to cool down on its own.
Soapstone Whiskey Cubes
Need to cool your drink down? Disklike watered down beverages? Try these soapstone cubes! They also work well to keep warm beverages warm, like tea.
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Soapstone Drinking Cups
These soapstone cups are all natural as well as practical. Perfect for keeping your Saki warm!
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