If you cooking on the granite
no need to seal it just clean it after each use.
The lemon grass chicken, which was not nearly firm enough (think chicken burgers), was placed on the granite
Knowing that any attempts to turn the chicken early would result in a mess prompted me to just let it cook and release itself from the granite
. It worked well. I gave it one turn and there was no sticking.
The chicken had a nice hint of smoke and was very tasty, although a bit dry. I blame that on the extended cooking time on the first side along with the fact that this was a boneless, skinless breast recipe. Not a lot of moisture there. Next time I let the mixture set up in the fridge or freezer until it is nice and firm, and/or I do something to add a little moisture.
cleaned up just fine, and now shows the signs of its first battle.
I wish they had a picture of the granite
after the clean it but they did not. I think it is time that we run the same test and slow it all clean up.