Crafted with finesse to experience the fine texture of curd set naturally in terracotta. Savour cool and refreshing dahi in the terracotta Curd Setter while also relishing it's various health benefits.
Each product is handcrafted with love by our artisans making every piece distinctive and unique.
The colour, size & texture may slightly vary.
Soak the product in water for an enriching experience. The use of a soft jute scrub is preferable for its maintenance and care.
✓ 100% natural terracotta
✓ Easy to clean
✓ All it asks for is to be handled with love and care.
Capacity Available - 500ml, 750ml, 1litre
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
SOAK THE PRODUCTS IN WATER
Immerse the products completely in water for 12 hours before first use to ensure that the pores become moist.
Use a soft jute scrub along or a cotton cloth with any soft dishwashing soap to clean the products. For any other stains salt can be used. Avoid using harsh or acidic dishwasing liquid.
Avoid putting the bottle in the refrigerator or pour ice cold water in it as it may crack due to the temperature difference.
WHY CHOOSE TERRACOTTA?
✓ Nutritional Value : Cooking and eating in clay adds a host of natural vitamins and minerals like calcium, iron, phosphorous providing for a balanced meal that vitalizes your body and improves immunity.
✓ Eco-Friendly: Made from naturally occurring materials, terracotta doesn't last around for thousands of years nor does it make a massive ecological impact while being made, making it the perfect option for environmentally conscious people.
✓ pH Balance: Terracotta utensils have alkaline properties due to the abundance of clay in it, these alkaline elements can combine with the acids present in the food to neutralize the pH balance.
✓ Heat Retention Property: Due to the retention of heat, there is no necessity of increasing the temperature. Thus uniform cooking can be done at considerably lower temperatures. Meals cooked in a terracotta pot, when set aside with the lid on, retain heat and moisture for a long time without becoming soggy.