I Had No Idea This Was The Only Way You’re Supposed To Clean Cast Iron. Did You Know Too?


If you’re like us, you just love cooking with cast iron. The even heat, the versatility of stovetop to oven cooking, the ability to fry, saute, bake, and more in just one pan…it all makes cast iron the ultimate choice in cookware.
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I Had No Idea This Was The Only Way You’re Supposed To Clean Cast Iron. Did You Know Too? I Had No Idea This Was The Only Way You’re Supposed To Clean Cast Iron. Did You Know Too? Reviewed by DIY Decor on 3:59 PM Rating: 5

4 comments:

  1. My God, what a lot of work...handling that heavy pan over and over and over again, for just one steak...geez.

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  2. I love cast iron pans. I don't season that often because using the pan as much as I do, a little oil each time to cook, and running it in hot water and using a scraper to clean, keeps the oil on the surface fine (never soap). I wipe it down completely with paper towels and hang it. No rust.

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  3. Barb has several in different sizes, for 50 years now. Treats them just like this. No soap, ever. She wouldn't be without them.

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  4. Never soap and I use what they did back in the day to keep it seasoned, lard. I don't cook in lard, just season. My husband collects cast iron and he uses electolysis to clean any new old pan he picks up. I've seen cast iron ruined by sticking it in a hot fire and it will also warp the bottom.

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