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 Can cooking in unseasoned cast iron cookware hurt your food?

Answer According to Marye Audet, food blogger and cookbook author, cooking food in an unseasoned pan will not harm the food. However, if left unseasoned, food will stick to the pan more. Also, an unseason... Read More »
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What is cast-iron cookware?

Many cooks love using cast-iron cookware because it holds heat well and is far more durable some other types of cookware. You can use cast-iron cookware on a stove or grill, or in an oven.MaterialC... Read More »
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Can you use Pam in cast iron cookware?

Pam can be used to help season a cast iron pan, and before cooking, Pam can be added to help keep foods from sticking to the surface of the pan. Pam can also be used right after washing to help kee... Read More »
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How do I take care of cast-iron cookware?

SeasoningNew cast-iron cookware needs to be seasoned. This provides a protective layer against oxidation (rusting). To season new cast-iron cookware, heat your oven to about 300 degrees. Then, coat... Read More »
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How do I cure used cast-iron cookware?

Clean the surface of the cookware using dish soap, warm water and a sponge. Make sure there is no grease or baked-on pieces of food.Place the cookware in an oven that has been heated to 350 degree... Read More »
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