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Can the crock be used on stove top or in oven

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You can use it in the microwave, but never put it in the oven or on the stovetop.

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Can the insert of a crock pot go in oven


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Yes the crock can do into the oven but the lid might not be oven proof if it has plastic on it...
Also do not place the crock on the stove top as that may crack it...

But the oven will be okay for just the crock...

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Can I start cooking in the roaster insert on a fire on the stove first?


NO! Never use the crock on the stovetop or in the oven. You can microwave it first, but other than that, only the crockpot.

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Do you use water in a slow cooker


Yes you do.
It will not be like a pan on the stove although, because a crock pot does not lose as much moisture because it has a better seal. So For example
Stew from a can already has enough moisture in it, so no water.
A meat roast will want about an inch of water or a can of soup. A crock pot uses lower heat than a stove plus moisture (like steam) to cook.
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How do I make coffee in the corning ware coffee pot? It is the top of the stove maker and does not have any electrical cord.


This is a stove top percolator and you can use the great directions here:

http://www.talkaboutcoffee.com/how-to-make-coffee-in-a-percolator.html

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Insert of a slow cooker over a gas flame


Stoneware by it's nature isn't designed for use over an open flame, as the flame can cause concentrated "hot spots" which could damage (crack) the crockery insert.

I've used mine to reheat mac & cheese I've made using the crock pot, but then again, my Hamiliton Beach crock pot stated the insert was oven safe to 475 degrees.

As far as using in an oven, most crock pot inserts can withstand oven temperatures, but refer to the owner's manual and instructions that came with your particular appliance to see what they reccomend in that regard.

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Oven proof ???


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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Poor fitting lid


Most lids on crocks are loose fit due to pressure release that is required in most receipts... read your receipt for example BEAN SOUPS, or LENTILS and you will find that the should be tilted for proper cooking.
Cooking time in a crock is different from stove top or oven cooking... Remember the saying that "Heat cooks and fire burns" ... well, never is this more true than with your new slow cooker. So here are a few examples for you to try:
FIRST RECEIPT: take out some fresh or frozen meat your choice' dice up and onion or simply just cut the onion in 1/2 for easy removal later. I tend to season/salt>>> my pork, lamb , and chicken; however I do season/salt beef if I am only cooking it in water>>> for like tender shredded beef tacos. Anyway set your crock on high in the morning or at night before going to bed
( warning do not leave your crock unattended if you have children under 12 years of age around that might try to serve themselves when the crock is cooking)and don't except to have the children not want to investigate you savory dish>> they might and will get 2nd degree burns from a 215 degree cooking temp.
SECOND RECEIPT>>
Try a 7 or 15 Bean Soup add your smoked turkey or pork ham to the pot with seasoning/salt and an onion. set on high and go to work . When you cook home you and or your family will be delighted to find a wonderful home cooked meal waiting for your taste buds to enjoy!!!
good luck

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