Can someone give me their opinion on cast iron pans? Are they truly non stick? How is the lodge brand?
Any info or opinions appreciated!
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Buy your cast iron at flea markets, antique shops, yard sales, etc. I guess Ebay too, but it will be expensive to ship. The brand to look for is griswold. Yes this stuff is old, but is the best made product. I have slowly gotten rid of all my new cast iron in favor of the old, because it is smooth. Non-stick may be a stretch, but if it is really well seasoned, it is great. Here is a bonus, it boost the iron content in your foods. If you struggle with anemia, cook all your food in cast iron, and it will help.
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