BANKOYAKI Japan Clay Pot 2.9L AIZOME DAHLIA No. 9 33 x 28 x 17 cm

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Product Category:Pot
Size:33 cm (W) x 28 cm (D) x 17 cm (H)
Country of manufacture: Japan
Main Material:Heat-resistant ceramics

It is well known that Japanese rice cookers are sold worldwide, but those who have lived in Japan for a long time know that the most popular cooking tool among Japanese housewives is the "earthen pot", which also confirms the above report in the Japanese media that the one that stands at the top of the pyramid and crushes all modern cooking utensils is the "earthen pot". "When it comes to "earthen pot", you can't miss the "Mango-yaki" which occupies 80% of the market in Japan. You could say that every Japanese housewife has one.

High-quality clay, creating super heat-resistant properties
The clay used in the Yokkaichi Banko-yaki is a unique natural resource, originating from the ancient Lake Biwa layer, which was deposited 3-4 million years ago. In addition, the substance known as "kokoro clay" consists of very fine clay and carbonised plants, which, when mixed with water, are highly malleable and highly resistant to fire.
The secret of delicious rice cooked in an earthen pot
 The rounded shape of the vessel allows the heat to be fully convected and reflected back and forth within the pot, and this convection effect causes the ingredients to be heated evenly with slight vibrations. This convection effect evenly heats the ingredients with a slight vibration, forcing out the original flavour of the ingredients.
The special material of , which is finely porous, has excellent heat storage properties and allows the ingredients to stay at a temperature of 50-60 degrees for longer, so that the enzymes in the food are fully decomposed and ordinary ingredients can have an extraordinary flavour. This is why even ordinary rice smells better when steamed in an earthen pot.
 keeps the food warm at 90-100°C even after the heat is turned off, and it stays warm for a long time.

Features of "Mango-yaki
 The rustic and natural shape of the vessel makes it a great choice. ------- is the most eye-catching dish when presented directly to the table.
 Steam, stew, pot, bake and stir-fry. ---------- Not just for soup, but also for everyday cooking with a copy of "なんでも土鍋で" (The all-purpose clay pot).
 Excellent residual heat cooking performance -------- clay pots build up heat and release it slowly, as it stays at 60-70 degrees for longer, proteins are broken down to their fullest extent and starch is more fully mushed, which is why rice steamed in clay pots is more fragrant.
 Natural ingredients, no heavy metals. ------- complies with Japanese food safety laws and does not contain heavy metals that are harmful to humans.
 A unique "reductive firing" method, the pot does not crack when dry-fired and is durable ------- Vanguard is known for its durability. (However, it is not recommended that you try it)

The Vanguard process involves a great deal of hand work, which is very demanding on the craftsmen, who have been working for decades. Even so, the clay material is not completely flat when it is fired to completion. For example, pots and pans can have lids that are not flat or tightly covered. With earthenware, there will be uneven marks and small, fine holes. The rusticity of pottery and the delicacy of porcelain have different textural expressions, which some people do not quite understand and mistake for flaws. Please accept this design philosophy.

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