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A clay one can cost you about $90.

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The Cooking Tagine
Cooking tagines may look the same as a serving tagine so it is important to purchase your tagine from a reliable source. If you are buying online make sure the description states that the tagine was designed for cooking. Cookable clay tagines are made from a different clay body that is a refractory clay (clay with a melting point above 1600C); designed to take the heat of cooking without shattering. While many of the cooking tagines tend to be simple solid colors and overall less decorative that is not always the case.

Some cooking tagines have "steam release" holes in the lid. Hand made, rather than manufactured tagines may not have a steam hole because the lid does not fit tight to the base and steam can release during the cooking process. Manufactured tagines are more apt to have tight fitting lids and require the steam hole.

The handmade cooking tagines, as well as any earthenware ceramics will craze with use. Crazing gives the surface a "crackled" appearance but does not affect the functionality.
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