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  • The Best Dutch Ovens for Camping

    There is something special about meal time when you are camping – the food always tastes better! There are several methods for campsite cooking, but one of the best is cooking with a dutch oven. One pot meals are my favorites, and a dutch oven for camping makes this easy. Who needs the slow cooke...
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  • Cast Iron Japanese Style Sukiyaki Tetsu Nabe Shabu Hot Pot with Wooden Lid

    Tips: How to protect the cast iron from rust? Storage: Store cleaned and seasoned pans in a dry place. If stacking pans that will nest together, place a layer of paper towel between each. Don’t store cast iron pans with their lids in place unless you put something between lid and pan to a...
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  • Using Metal Utensils with Cast Iron Cookware

      In the broadest sense, learning to cook is about mastering a set of tools and the techniques they’re suited to. Every kitchen should have a well-seasoned cast iron skillet, but opinions are divided on the best tools to use with cast iron cookware. The old wisdom holds that wooden utensils ...
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  • Kendal Tetsubin Cast Iron Teapot

    【A HEALTHY TEAPOT】:”Kendal Tetsubin” , as an excellent cast iron teapot ,can absorb chloride ions in water and release iron ions. Long term drinking can supplement the iron ion in the body, which is a hematopoietic element. Proper drinking can not only supplement the needs of the body, but als...
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  • Best budget tortilla press: 8-Inch Cast-Iron Tortilla Press

    The top plate is nice and heavy-duty, flattening a masa dough ball swiftly and without much force. The handle has a smooth finish with just enough texture to allow for a solid grip. The top plate has two square tabs on either side for easy lifting once you’ve pressed your tortilla. And this press...
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  • Cast Iron Teapot, Japanese Tetsubin Kettle Set with 2 Cups, Tea Infuser (1200 ml, Black)

    Cast Iron Teapot, Japanese Tetsubin Kettle Set with 2 Cups, Tea Infuser (1200 ml, Black) Cast Iron Teapot Set: Serve warm loose leaf tea to up to 2 people with this cast iron tea set comes with 1 cast iron tea pot, 1 trivet, and 2 cast iron tea cups Loose Leaf Tea Infuser: The stainless-steel reu...
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  • The testing secret for cast iron enamel cookware

    As we all know, for the cast iron enamle coating, almost all the customers need food contact safty testing report. For example, FDA ROhs Ca65 Extractable 23 heavy metals Extractable heavy metal(Pb, Cd), etc. Some of the factory cannot reach requirement, so they only use special treatment for th...
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  • 3 Things You Should Never Cook in a Cast-Iron Skillet

    currently we all know many advanture about cast iron cookware, such as Precision Heat Distribution; Healthy; Easy To Clean; Suitable for All Stoves. but we should warmly remind you there are 3 things not cook in cast iron skillet. 1,Acidic Foods (Unless You Make It Snappy) You might have heard t...
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  • Cast Iron Barbecue Grill

    Cast iron is one of the better cooking implements, because it soaks up the flavor of whatever is cooked in it. A cast iron barbeque grill is no different. Put on a steak, a shish kabob, or barbeque up some chicken, and those flavors will seep in and last for the life of the grill. Just remember, ...
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  • Bring Tagine Cooking to Your Kitchen

    tagines are pots that can be used to cook a variety of stews and other dishes. Because of their unique features, these utensils have been used throughout the centuries in North Africa; and they are still extremely popular in the region today. What is a tagine? A tagine is a large but shallow cera...
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  • What to Cook (and What Not to) in a Cast Iron

    If we could, we’d shout it from the mountain tops: We love cooking with cast iron. They’re durable, efficient, endlessly useful, and make a pretty photo to boot. And yet, for so many, cast iron pans remain tucked away in the furthest cabinet, shrouded in mystery. What to Cook in Your ...
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  • The things you need to know: Cooking With a Cast-Iron Skillet

    How do you season cast-iron pans? First, give the skillet a good scrub with hot, soapy water and dry it thoroughly Next, use a paper towel, a pastry brush, or your fingers to apply a thin layer of vegetable oil, canola oil, or melted vegetable shortening all over the inside of the skillet. (Don’...
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