The Care and Feeding of Cast Iron: Cleaning and Seasoning Cast Iron Cookware

Cast iron pots and pans are the basis of a well-stocked kitchen, and will last a lifetime if you learn the methods for cleaning and seasoning cast iron cookware to maintain the cured surface.



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Curing (seasoning) cast iron means filling the pores and voids in the metal with grease of some sort, which subsequently gets cooked in. This provides a smooth, nonstick surface on both the inside and outside of the piece.
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There's a cast-iron piece for most any cooking job you can dream up.
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Cast iron cookware heats evenly and can last a lifetime.
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