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Default As a general rule, if you add 100 degrees F. and 30 minutes to thecooking time

As a general rule, if you add 100 degrees F. and 30 minutes to the
cooking time of any
recipe, it can be adapted for use in a clay pot. For instance, if you
normally cook a 3
pound chicken at 350F for 1 hour, you will need to cook it in a clay
pot at 450F for 1 1/2
hours.


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