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Walmart has Mr. Bar-B-Q Cast Iron Ribbed Fajita Platter Set on sale for $7.52. Store pickup is free where available or shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks couponmit.

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  • This set includes: cast iron platter with handle, wooden base server and protective handle holder.
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  • Set includes: cast iron platter with handle, wooden base server and protective handle holder
  • Specially designed channels and pouring lip drain away unwanted fat and grease
  • Ideal for serving sizzling hot beef, chicken, pork and vegetables
  • Cooks delicious, healthy and nutritious foods
  • Model# 06108X

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At this price, grabbed 6 to get free shipping. The only real complaints are them being small and rust. They do seem to be individual sized and the rust proves it's raw cast iron. Just season with lard and they should be fine...
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Set off my "ribbed" alert. Good deal, nonetheless.
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At this price, grabbed 6 to get free shipping. The only real complaints are them being small and rust. They do seem to be individual sized and the rust proves it's raw cast iron. Just season with lard and they should be fine...
Season with flax oil, three coats, then make bacon in them. Search it up to fact-check me, but this is the way to go.
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Season with flax oil, three coats, then make bacon in them. Search it up to fact-check me, but this is the way to go.
I'm pretty sure there is more than one way to season cast iron. Everyone just swears their way is the right way, IMHO.. I'll stick with lard. Always worked well.
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I'm pretty sure there is more than one way to season cast iron. Everyone just swears their way is the right way, IMHO.. I'll stick with lard. Always worked well.
BrightApollo is scientifically accurate. Flax seed oil sticks to cast iron better than any other oil. You'll end up larding your cast irons repeatedly.
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BrightApollo is scientifically accurate. Flax seed oil sticks to cast iron better than any other oil. You'll end up larding your cast irons repeatedly.
I do it once a year. Your telling me that the flax oil lasts for the life of the cast iron?
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I do it once a year. Your telling me that the flax oil lasts for the life of the cast iron?
Nothing lasts forever, except perhaps cast iron utensils.
I'm saying that flax seed oil seasoning in cast iron will last longer than any other seasoning. Not a lifetime, for sure, but it will outlast other seasonings. You'll be able to tell when you see the seasoning. It's like enamel.
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I do it once a year. Your telling me that the flax oil lasts for the life of the cast iron?
http://sherylcanter.com/wordpress...cast-iron/
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Thanks for that. I get it, but I'll stick with my lard method. Much easier, less time consuming and I'm happy with the results.
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