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Old 10.09.2020, 10:55
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Re: Lild's Fondue Pot

from what I gathered in the flyer, they're all OK to use. Ceramic ones are sturdier and lead the heat better, the email one might be prone to chip, but has the benefit of being used as an additional cooking pan as well as, if it slips your fingers, at most it will be dented and might still be used, whereas the ceramic pot......


As for the 'Grossmutter'/'Schwiegermutter'/'belle-mère' or 'Bödeli', that forms in all caquelons, unless you use one of those aluminium plates between the rechaud and Caquelon, they're exactly to prevent forming the crispy bottom.

Again, if you are a fan of that, as we are, then a ceramic Caquelon is better, as the email would get scratched when oone wants to indulge inthe crisy yummyness that forms on the bottom of the Caquelon.

Then in regards to cleaning, rinse first the chunkiest gunk out, then fill Caquelon with water and a squirt of dishwashing soap and let stand over night.

It is as easy as that!

In fact moi, the Swissie, will go and purchase a new Caquelon there this week.
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