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Patti

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  1. Soapstone is a top accessory for Kamado Joe. I can't confirm sales but as a contributor to the KamadoJoe Facebook page, it ranks really well.
  2. Kamado Joe needs to tell people that the soapstone needs to be supported on the grill grate. Supporting a heavy piece of stone on 3 points is not a good idea.
  3. Hello, I've been cooking on soapstone for well over 12 years. KismetKamado has it right. Your stone needs to be hotter. Soapstone doesn't need seasoning - it's entirely different than cast iron. Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=a7bT3u1fAHY
  4. My cast iron sits on the shelf. Soapstone gives me juicier tasty results.
  5. My choice is soapstone. Thanks for sharing.
  6. Go ahead and use it - no problem - just a little smaller.
  7. I've always put my soapstone on the grates when cooking and have a sink large enough to clean it. I've seen a couple of people having issues with the larger Big Joe soapstone, so when I saw this I thought it might offer an alternative solution to dealing with the size and weight. They posted it on their site a little while ago. https://canadiansoapstone.wistia.com/projects/ukbyyeapwb
  8. Not sure why they don't give instructions on how to use the soapstone. I always put mine on the grate and it works fine.
  9. Makes me want to upgrade. I'm also looking forward to your video review - they have been great.
  10. I'm never worried about too much heat with my soapstone. Saw this video - it's the same soapstone that Kamado Joe uses.
  11. Thanks for the welcome. I'm pretty sure this is the same brand of soapstone Kamado Joe sells. If anybody is worried about this stone taking the heat watch this - just found it on their site.
  12. I have the soapstone for my Kamado Joe and love it. Lower maintenance is an absolute benefit and I find a nice chicken breast much moister with the soapstone. I have some for my propane grill and I purchased it from a fellow in Ottawa Canada Steph Legari. He no longer carries it.
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