Thread: Food and Drink Cast Iron Skillets. You dig them?
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Old 11-08-2011, 02:45 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by Fritz88 View Post
That's the scary thing about them. You need to know how to care for them.
Not scary at all. Once you have a good seasoned layer it is pure simplicity.
I use Olive Oil and nothing else to keep it oily.
Only warm water and a wood scraper to get the tough stuff out.
Lodge is the way I go.

The bonus of Cast Iron is cooking in them is FAT FREE!
A little known fact is Cast Iron absorbs all the bad fats from Bacon and Sausage....thats what Dad told me and I am stickin to it
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