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Old 22-05-19, 11:14
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Guys anyone here use the cadac with pizza stone and had any success? We are finding the base is cooking far to quickly and the top is hardly done. We have followed the instructions of heating to 200 then letting it cool to 150 and putting cake flour on the base but still burns.

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Old 22-05-19, 14:56
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Hi Pothole, was thinking in a cadac myself ,other than issues with your pizza stone how is the cadac otherwise?
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Old 22-05-19, 15:07
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Hi Pothole, was thinking in a cadac myself ,other than issues with your pizza stone how is the cadac otherwise?
Great bit of kit, we have the carri chef 2 and have been very happy with it. Good tip the black tray where any fat drips into fill with water before cooking it makes it so much easier to clean

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Old 24-05-19, 07:14
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I have the safari chef. The smaller one. Would recommend but would be interested to see if anyone has much success with the pizza stone as I have had the same issue with burning the base and not cooking the top.
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We are using ours again tonight and have 3 pizzas to cook

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I have just bought a pizza stone for the COBB, which i am hoping will be nice and easy to use.

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