These pots can be used for just about anything, from serving to storage to stovetop or oven cooking. They also wouldn't be offended if you kept them on your desk or even a shelf. They are the opposite of fussy.
Clay and terra cotta have been used by every culture for millennia to cook and store food. Clay cookware is free of heavy metals and synthetic polymers, heats evenly and enables subtle flavors and aromas to emerge.
3 sizes (250 ml, 400 ml, 600 ml) sold separately
handmade in Gujarat, India
Like cast iron, Terra Cotta should be seasoned before first use. To do so, submerge the pot and lid in water overnight. Wipe dry, and rub interior with a very thin layer of neutral oil. Place lid and base separately on rack in a cold oven, and heat to 325°F. Bake 2 hours. Turn off oven, and let cool completely without opening oven door, at least 4 hours.