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  • Nagatanien Donabe - their Varieties and Unique Properties

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    It depends on the product! All of our claypots are compatible with gas stoves, but only some are compatible with IH stoves. Make sure to check the product descriptions on our product pages to double check!

    Typically, seasoning once before the first use is enough. However, if you use your pot frequently, re-seasoning it every few months can keep it in prime condition.

    Yes, but ensure to place it in the oven before preheating to avoid sudden temperature changes, which could cause the pot to crack.

    Cracking could be due to sudden temperature changes or using high heat. Always warm up your pot gradually and avoid using high heat for extended periods.

    While it's possible, it's not recommended as food acids can degrade the clay over time.

    Nagatanien claypots should be cleaned using mild dish soap and a soft sponge or cloth. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or metal utensils that may damage the clay surface.

    It's better to hand wash your pot. Dishwashers can cause rapid temperature changes and use harsh detergents that can harm the clay.

    Nagatanien claypots are crafted with high-quality materials and undergo strict quality control processes. With proper care, they can last for many years, providing you with reliable and enjoyable cooking experiences.

    Nagatanien claypots are not recommended for storing cold food. Their porous nature may retain moisture, potentially compromising the quality and safety of stored food.