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I read on another thread about some people loving their enamel-coated cast iron skillet and/or dutch oven from Le Creuset.<br><br>
Is enamel-coated cast iron skillet non-stick, and is it the best to cook foods that stick like eggs ?<br><br>
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The best crepe pan. I worked in the store and tried all the others. This one is the best, AND only 19 dollars.....
 

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We have a pan that looks just like that, and I use it for cooking many things... not just crepes. I got mine either at Target or a local kitchen store. It was cheap.<br><br>
Metasequoia, I think you season it similar to how you season a wok... Clean with water- no soap, put oil on the surface after it dries to keep from rusting. It has been so long since we got the pan that I do not remember seasoning it, but it has a natural nonstick surface that built up over time.
 

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I'm really fond of enamel coated stuff but it's not non-stick.<br><br>
I'll have to look for a pan like this. Lighter than cast iron i bet!
 
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