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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Oh it's artisanal as hell and priced to trap hipsters and hippies alike. Go get a lodge and grind that mother. Axe Simple. He knows what's up.
    Yup. Dude in the video screamed "hipster"
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    Recycled cardboard box, brown tape, excelsior packing material...

    $200 pan

    Lulz

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    You could prolly do a good side bidness buying lodge pans and polishin em up and reselling as “Highly Polished by Hand in the Deep South” cast iron. “Just like yer granddaddy did it”


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    Vinegar bath will have the two rusty ones cleaned up.

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    Cook on cast iron 4-5 times a week. I just got a dutch oven, thinking about a Perlo soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uga_dawg View Post
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    Awesome. I love cooking bone in ribeyes in cast iron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JABIII View Post
    Awesome. I love cooking bone in ribeyes in cast iron.
    This man knows what is up.
    and one of the nastiest feuds I have ever been in with a relative was over the ownership of my Mom's old black cast iron skillets
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    Cool. I use mine.

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    Yep. I got all my Great Grandmothers cast iron and all she had to cook on was a real woodstove. My favorite is a small cornbread pan and a real deepfryer. Bout all we use
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    I love mine. I also like restoring old rusted stuff. It's pretty cool how you can take a pan that is so rusted and turn it into something that looks and cooks as brand new. I'd do an electrolysis on a couple of those.

    I scrambled eggs in one my pans on Sunday. It was just as good if not a better non-stick surface than my wife's red copper pan.

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    I've bought all of my pieces new, a couple were gifts though. I think my dad might have a couple pieces of his own. I didn't grow up with kin folks using cast iron. I like them all none the less. My main pan is for biscuits and pancakes it seems.

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    All yours were most likely confiscated by Cornwallis.

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    I have (against my will) to cook on a glass-top range. I think it said not to use cast iron (although I do...) - is there any rationale to this?

    My next range will be gas.
    "Dremels have ruined more otherwise good guns than alcohol, gambling, and bad relationships have ruined otherwise good men"

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    Pfff, it wasn't until that mother f***** ******* popped up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swamp Rat View Post
    I have (against my will) to cook on a glass-top range. I think it said not to use cast iron (although I do...) - is there any rationale to this?

    My next range will be gas.
    Yes...I also cook on glass. Also not my choice.

    For one, cast iron is heavy and will win when you drop it on the cook top. The other reason is if you by chance trap water under the pan, when it heats up, the water expands turns to steam and can shatter the pan. I've seen that first hand. Sounded like a riffle shot. I thought I was dead.

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    Ha, I offended SC ducks and voice to text

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swamp Rat View Post
    is there any rationale to this? .
    Besides the possibility of breaking the glass I dont know. My cast iron works fine on my glass top.
    I was also told a pressure canner would not work but I haven't tested that yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    Ha, I offended SC ducks and voice to text
    "Dremels have ruined more otherwise good guns than alcohol, gambling, and bad relationships have ruined otherwise good men"

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    Pop em in some water and baking soda. Add a current and they will look better than new

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