Cauldrons For Pottery and Other Crafts

Ceramic crockery making and ceramics making projects can be made more easily by using cauldrons. A caldron is usually a large kettle with a long handle and often with an arch-shaped iron hanger to hold a light bulb or other fuel. The heat from the heat of the burner can be distributed through the ceramic elements of the caldron. When used in this way they can produce a gentle heat, similar to that produced by a camp stove. The problem that arises with this method of heating is the mess that can be left behind in the form of melting chocolate, tea or oatmeal.

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When oatmeal or chocolate powder snow is melted at a high temperature in a ceramic cauldron it becomes very hard and crumbly. It takes a lot of effort to coax the melted material into a somewhat flat and even surface. This type of cauldron will make it quite difficult to successfully use any type of pot pastry in a cauldron without a spatula or wooden spoon to help push the food to the sides of the cauldron and into proper shapes for easy scooping into bowls.

Another problem that can occur when using a cauldron is that of spilling lava. Some people like to practice their casting of spells, potions and charms in water, but other people like to practice their crafting in molten lava. Cauldrons have been used for heating up materials from seawater to fire and even to melt metal. For this reason it would not be surprising if some kind of cauldron filled with liquid lava were found near by today’s world.

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