Galvanised Bagguette trays

New Zealand

#1 Aug 25, 2011
Hi all,
I'm a keen home baker and have discovered I can make very useful baguette baking aids from what we call "slimline".
Slimline is a perforated galvanised angle product used in home construction and is nailed to corners in readiness for plastering. The product when plastered, then strenghtens the corners in readiness for wallpaper or paint. I think you know the product I'm trying to describe ?

My question is, is it safe to use, covered with a layer of baking paper to proof and bake baguettes at 250 degrees C ? The dough does not contact the galvanised slimline, only the potential for fumes is my real concern, however I believe at these temps, it should be quite ok to use.

Thanks in advance.

Hefei, China

#2 Sep 17, 2011
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Hefei, China

#3 Sep 17, 2011
Well, good, very good! Feel good!

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#4 Dec 7, 2011
sounds delicious

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