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 How do I cure my Dutch ovens?

Answer Dutch ovens are cast iron pieces of history. The Dutch oven available today from camping and western outfitters is similar to the cookware from a century ago. The modern version of the Dutch oven n... Read More »
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How do dutch Ovens work?

When a heating element or a light bulb "goes bang" it often causes a fuse to blow somewhere in the circuit. A fuse can blow even if a breaker on the main panel trips, which often happens because wh... Read More »
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Are all Dutch Ovens ovenproof?

To keep things cold. Before they invented refrigerators, they used cellars to cool things. A cellar is underground and is made from rocks, so it was cooler. And so our food stays edible!
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Why do dutch ovens smell so bad?

Dutch ovens in themselves may not smell bad, however depending on what is being cooked in the oven, the oven may emit a bad odor. Dutch ovens are made of solid cast iron, which is generally odorless.
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Are texsport dutch ovens any good?

On One Hand: Quality Material, Good PriceTexport cast iron dutch ovens offer good quality materials at a good price. They have many of the same qualities as the gold standard dutch ovens without th... Read More »
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