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My new Tawa

Chat about tavas/tawas for cooking breads
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My new Tawa

Post by Wabby » Sat Nov 03, 2018 2:46 pm

Asked on the off chance in our local oriental store about Tawa’s and was presented with this.

I’ve scrubbed and seasoned it and will give it a whirl...login to view the rest of this post

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