John Post on sun 25 apr 10
> She also loaded some saggars with Cheerios. They survived a cone 10
> James Freeman
Do you have any Cheerios recipes for cone 6? And if so, would these
Cheerios be food safe, or would I have to fire them to cone 10?
Sterling Heights, Michigan
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James Freeman on sun 25 apr 10
Can't speak to Cheerios at cone 6, but the cafeteria donuts from the
college left green rings on saggar fired pots at about cone 08. Can't
imagine what's in them that would do that. Then again, I'm not sure
cafeteria fare is ever considered food safe at any temperature.
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On Sun, Apr 25, 2010 at 4:05 PM, John Post wrot=
>> She also loaded some saggars with Cheerios. =3DA0They survived a cone 10
>> James Freeman
> Do you have any Cheerios recipes for cone 6? =3DA0And if so, would these
> Cheerios be food safe, or would I have to fire them to cone 10?
> John Post
> Sterling Heights, Michigan
> :: cone 6 glaze website :: =3DA0 =3DA0 =3DA0http://www.johnpost.us
> :: elementary art website :: =3DA0 =3DA0http://www.wemakeart.org
> :: youtube channel :: =3DA0 http://www.youtube.com/user/MrPostArtTeacher