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Section 12: FAQ

Food residues, exchanges between clay & food, about MEC, purchasing advise

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Section 11: Non cooking uses for a clay pot

Steam inhalation, water & food storage, sprouting, fermentation…

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Section 10: Possible problems with a clay pot and how to solve them

Cracks, burnt spots, mold, chips….

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Section 9: Occasional care for your MEC pot

Steam cleaning, oiling, lack of use…

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Section 8: Tips on preparing specific foods

Bone broth, beans, lentils, quick breads, seafood, teas, one-pot meals…

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Section 7: Easy cooking techniques you can do with MEC

Simple instructions for oil sauteing, stir frying, braising, steaming, boiling…

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Section 6: Avoiding cracks in your clay cooking pot

Uneven heat, extreme temperature changes & water logged pots

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Section 5: Caring for your clay cooking pot after use

Soaking, washing, drying & storing

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Section 4: Cooking basics for your MEC clay pot

Clay pot properties (far infrared heat, alkalizing, oxygenating, steam retention) and clay pot cooking advise

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Section 3: Ways to cook with clay pots: stove, oven, grill, sun oven, campfire…

Diffusers & heat settings

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*** Section 2: Initial seasoning & first few uses of your new MEC pot ***

A little more involved (and slightly better results) than Miriam’s quick start instructions

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Section 1: Overview of clay pot cooking

Advantages & disadvantages