AYASA COPPER is a stackable storage jar with an airtight wooden lid. Available in two sizes, each one is made on a traditional spinning machine and comes with a hand-turned lid made from Sheesham, an indigenous hardwood from India that is sustainably sourced. Available in two sizes, this jar is airtight and perfect for storing tea or coffee.
Material - brass, sheesham wood
Process - metal spinning, wood turning
Dimensions - W 10.2cm x H 9.7cm, W 10.2cm x H 13.8cm
Capacity - 0.5L, 0.75L
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Your cookware must be seasoned prior to use. Seasoning is the process of treating the surface of a cooking vessel to produce a resistant and non-stick cooking surface. To season, add 3-4 table spoons of walnut oil or flax seed oil and rub onto the inside surface of the cookware with a paper towel. Allow it to soak in for 15 minutes and remove any excess.
Preheat oven to max (230-240 or gas mark 8/9) and place your cookware in the oven for 60 minutes. Once complete, turn off your oven and allow your cookware to cool to room temperature before taking it out.Your cookware is now seasoned and ready to use. For the first few uses we recommend using extra oil and always starting on a low flame. Also make sure your cookware is not left empty on a flame as this may cause it to crack.