Thread: Food and Drink Cast Iron Skillets. You dig them?
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Old 11-08-2011, 12:30 PM   #30
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Iíve had my cast iron for a few months, but its been kind of a pain in the ass. After every use I have to scrub the thing with water and paper towel (leaving bits of paper towel all over), then rub the whole thing down with oil, wipe off the excess oil, and put it in a hot oven. Maybe itís the weight of the thing, but non-stick just seems easier (leave it soaking in soapy water, then wipe it out and rinse off). I wonder if Iím doing something wrong.

Oh, and Iíve heard using walnut oil is better for cast iron because it doesnít get rancid like vegetable oil can.
I usually rinse with hot water, get all the food etc off, the dry with a regular towel. then I put it back on the burner just to get it warm; then I apply a small amount of crisco all around inside it with a paper towel; then cool.
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