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Promoted 03-10-2015 by brisar at 07:24 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Lodge 10" Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Skillet (LCS3) on Sale for $14.97. Shipping is Free with Prime (free student accounts available) or if you spend $35 or more. Thanks DavidL1299

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Edited December 19, 2015 at 06:05 AM by TattyBear
Lodge LCS3 Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Chef's Skillet, 10-inch at $14.97

It's back at the $14.97 price.

Link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00008GKDJ

Product details from Amazon:
  • Sloped sides with tear-drop handle
  • Pre-Seasoned and ready-to-use
  • Superior heat retention and even cooking
  • Use on all cooking surfaces, grills, campfires and oven safe
  • Made in the USA
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Last Edited by trza March 15, 2015 at 11:09 AM
Some correct and incorrect information being provided in here in regards to maintenance of cast iron.

This post (correctly) answers a lot of common questions, including the MYTH that you should not use soap.
The Truth About Cast Iron Pans: 7 Myths That Need to Go Away:
http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/1...-iron.html

Myth #1: "Cast iron is difficult to maintain."
Myth #2: "Cast iron heats really evenly."
Myth #3: "My well-seasoned cast iron pan is as non-stick as any non-stick pan out there."
Myth #4: "You should NEVER wash your cast iron pan with soap."
Myth #5: "Don't use metal utensils on your cast iron pan!"
Myth #6: "Modern cast iron is just as good as old cast iron. It's all the same material, after all."
Myth #7: "Never cook acidic foods in cast iron."

These are the only rules you need to know to have a successful lifelong relationship with your cast iron.
• Season it when you get it.Even pre-seasoned cast iron can do with some extra protection. To season your pan, heat it up on the stovetop until its smoking hot, then rub a little oil into it and let it cool. Repeat this process a few times and you're good to go.
• Clean it after each use. Clean your pan thoroughly after each use by washing it with soap and water and scrubbing out any gunk or debris from the bottom. I use the scrubby side of a sponge for this.
• Re-season it. Rinse out any excess soap with water, then place the skillet over a burner set to high heat. When most of the water inside the skillet has dried out, add a half teaspoon of a neutral oil like vegetable, canola, flaxseed, or shortening. Rub it around with a paper towel. Continue heating the pan until it just starts to smoke then give it one more good rub. Let it cool and you're done.
• Fry and Sear in it. The best way to keep your seasoning maintained? Just use your pan a lot! The more you fry, sear, or bake in it, the better that seasoning will become.
• Don't let it stay wet. Water is the natural enemy of iron and letting even a drop of water sit in your pan when you put it away can lead to a rust spot. Not the end of the world, but rust will require a little scrubbing and reseasoning. I always dry out my pan with a paper towel and coat it with a tiny amount of oil before storage.


**Another way to clean your pan and re-season it to stop it from rusting..

To clean my cast iron grill pan I put some water in it after it has cooled a bit, heat it up to boil, pour out water, layer down a decent amount of salt for scrubbing/cleaning power, I then continue to scrub it quickly with plastic brush to get everything loose that didn't come out from the quick boil, rinse with hot water. - Its good to go.. clean and ready.. oil it before you use it next.. cook as usual..

If you use soap on your pan and don't reseason correctly you will end up with rust spots fairly often. This really shouldn't happen ever. I only wash my pan with soap after I leave food sit in it for too long Frown

_____ THE BEST WAY TO SEASON YOUR CAST IRON_____

Use Flax Seed Oil, which has the highest ALA content of food grade oil. -- The given link is broken --.

Once you get a good base with Flax Seed (4-5 seasonings), you can maintain with cheaper Safflower oil. I don't recommend doing your initial seasoning on the stovetop, since you lose precise heat and the ability to season all around. Use an oven as instructed in the link above. For your maintenance seasonings, the stovetop method works fine.

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I bought this back on December. occasionally I use it and it works well. I just want to find one that is deeper
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I bought this back on December. occasionally I use it and it works well. I just want to find one that is deeper
great deal but i too am looking for one slightly deeper.
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same price at Walmart. bought one yesterday
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Super good shopping! Love to hear of it! I exactly need one.
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I bought this last year and not a day goes by where I don't use it. Even the simplest things such as eggs taste so much better. Remember to properly wash and season it.
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This is the normal price, that being said cast iron rocks!
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I bought this last year and not a day goes by where I don't use it. Even the simplest things such as eggs taste so much better. Remember to properly wash and season it.
If by "properly wash" you mean "don't wash", sure.
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Does "season" mean to spray it down with cooking oil after every wash, so I guess it wouldn't rust?
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Quote from uncloned View Post :
If by "properly wash" you mean "don't wash", sure.

That's just not true - you can wash cast iron. I do and my cast iron pans are better than any nonstick surface out there.


http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/1...-iron.html
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Quote from AnthonyBC :
I bought this back on December. occasionally I use it and it works well. I just want to find one that is deeper
For that very same reason I bought this one here;

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...UTF8&psc=1

Much deeper and works well for small roast chicken in the oven or roasting veggies on the stove. If you keep your eyes out for one they usually pop up on AWD for 25 bucks from time to time. That's where I got mine from and there was latterly nothing wrong with it.
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Last edited by beervomit March 10, 2015 at 04:51 AM
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Quote from uncloned View Post :
If by "properly wash" you mean "don't wash", sure.
Wrong. There are several proper ways to wash it. One (the way I do it) involves filling it with water, applying heat to the pan and subsequently removing all residue with ease with something non-abrasive such as a silicon spatula.
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Last edited by XealO March 10, 2015 at 04:56 AM
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same price at Walmart. bought one yesterday
yup http://www.walmart.com/ip/Lodge-P...t/35290398
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