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We set our toilets on plaster of paris. Takes a few minutes longer but leaves a firm, level base all around the bowl and does not deteriorate. Unlike grout you can work it loose if need be, any time in the future.
I should add that plaster is only used on ceramic tile, stone or other firm flooring, not wood, vinyl, or etc.