Another baking stone question
So, just minutes ago I cracked my third baking stone. It didn't touch water or anything but i was lightly brushing burnt semolina off of it with a dry rag and pop went the weezle.
Anyways, I have read numerous posts on baking stones but haven't really seen what I'm looking for.
Mainly I'm looking for an actual website to buy a decent stone. Unglazed quarry stones are totally acceptable. I would prefer a stone that is at least an inch thick and one that can be left in the oven constantly. I'm tired of these pampered chef clay stones that cracknif you breath on it the wrong way. Thanks for the help guys!