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Oven proof ???

Can you tell me if the stoneware is oven proof??

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Hi yes all stone ware is oven proof so you should have no problems using them just remember they stay hotter to the touch for longer than other oven products they stay hotter for longer once their out of the oven let me know if you need further assistance ok

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Where can I find a crock pot that you can use the crockpot dish to brown your meats on stove top then continue cooking in the same crockpot dish..By doing this you don't mess up another pan to brown your meat, then put it in crockpot..I've seen one in a magazine, but don't remember where or what magazine...

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Seems ONLY Corning Ware makes one that can go on the stovetop to brown the meat first! I had one a long time ago, used it to death. Got another one/diff brand and thought that I could put on stove - cracked the stoneware while on stovetop and the contents went everywhere!! You can't put any old stoneware removeable dish on the stovetop! Ugh.

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