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Originally Posted by momto l&a
I would be concerned about the cast iron cooling down too fast and heating up too fast causing a crack.
Could you store it in a bowl and your dd could dump the bowl into the room temp cast iron and start cooking.
Originally Posted by carriedaway
nooooooooooooooooo!!!!! please don't store anything in cast iron my DH *just* had a coworker get e coli from eating a stew that he'd stored in a cast iron pan. cast iron is so pourous and food from who knows how many years is stored in that stuff... i don't cook in it, but even if i *had* to cook in it i would definitely not store anything in it
Originally Posted by shanagirl
carriedaway-- Have you read Fast Food Nation? I would suspect the meat before I would blame the pan. How on earth did they determine it was the pan? I've cooked in cast iron for many years and never had a problem.
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