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3 Clever Ways to Clean a Cast-Iron Skillet

3 Clever Ways to Clean a Cast-Iron Skillet

3 Clever Ways to Clean a Cast-Iron Skillet

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Cast-iron cookware is versatile and durable. It can go from stove top to oven and back again if necessary. It heats evenly and holds the heat well, making it excellent for browning meat or simmering stews and soups. A cast-iron griddle will yield fabulous pancakes and French toast. And, with a little bit of care and proper treatment, a cast iron pot’s surface will be as nonstick as modern cookware.

The material makes it easy for things to stick to it, so you usually have to soak it, wait for things to loosen up and then use a lot of elbow grease to get your skillet clean. If you use it a lot, you definitely want to make the cleaning process simpler and faster. I just found an article over at americastestkitchenfeed.com that will help to make cleaning your skillet a much easier experience. Click the link below.

3 Clever Ways to Clean a Cast-Iron Skillet

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