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Offline squadricus

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What would you do with $5/sq ft (synthetic) soapstone?
« on: Yesterday at 04:42:33 PM »
Local non-profit selling a mountain of scrap pieces.  Bought a 22"x18"x1" piece for $7, thinking I'd use it to stretch/roll dough on.  Wondering if it would be worth cutting a 16.5" round for the Blackstone.

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Re: What would you do with $5/sq ft (synthetic) soapstone?
« Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 04:55:03 PM »
Local non-profit selling a mountain of scrap pieces.  Bought a 22"x18"x1" piece for $7, thinking I'd use it to stretch/roll dough on.  Wondering if it would be worth cutting a 16.5" round for the Blackstone.

I've never heard of "synthetic" soapstone. Most, if not all of the synthetic countertop material have resin in them. OK for stretching dough on, but don't but it in the Blackstone. Real soapstone would be OK, but definitely not anything synthetic. Hope this helps and take care!

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