I Was Seasoning The Pot And See Some Precipitation On The Bottom, Why Is That?


When seasoning or cooking with the pot (especially when its new) raise the heat to medium after 5 minutes on low.  The medium heat will let the clay platelets expand to hold liquids inside.  It’s natural for some water to precipitate to the bottom, this is either water that was absorbed while washing it for the 1st time or because the stove was on low for a while.  Once the pot/pan is fully seasoned you could cook on low or medium, the pot will shrink and will not let the water precipitate like when it was new.


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