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#Frequently asked questions

Here are some Frequently asked questions

What are the benefits of cooking with clay pots?
Cooking with clay pots offers several benefits, including even heat distribution, retention of natural flavors, and the potential for adding trace minerals to food.
Are pottery cooking pots microwave safe?
Most pottery cooking pots are microwave safe, but it's best to check the manufacturer's instructions to be sure.
Is the pot coated or painted with any materials?
No, we have made these pots from natural clay only. They are free from any coatings or paints, ensuring they are safe for cooking and food storage.
Are clay pots suitable for use on induction cooktops?
No, clay pots are generally not compatible with induction cooktops because they do not contain magnetic materials necessary for induction heating.
Do clay pots require any special care during storage in between uses?
It's recommended to store clay pots in a dry and well-ventilated area. Ensure they are completely dry before storing to prevent mold growth or odors.
Are there health benefits associated with cooking in clay pots?
Cooking in clay pots is believed to enhance the nutritional value of food by retaining natural flavors and nutrients. Additionally, they are free from chemicals found in some other cookware materials.
How do you choose the right size of clay pot for cooking?
Choose a clay pot size based on the quantity of food you typically cook. It should comfortably accommodate your ingredients without overcrowding or being too empty.
Can clay pots be used for cooking seafood dishes?
Yes, clay pots are suitable for cooking seafood dishes such as fish curry and fish fry due to their gentle heat distribution.
How do I prevent food from sticking to a pottery cooking pot?
To prevent sticking, start cooking at a low temperature and gradually increase it. Using a small amount of oil or fat can also help.
How do I clean a pottery cooking pot?
Hand wash pottery cooking pots with warm water and a soft sponge. Avoid using harsh detergents or abrasive scrubbers as they can damage the pot.