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Some solid prices here. Since this came up in a rice cooker thread recently, I'll post it here, too. Nonstick surfaces are fine at low temperatures, but for high temp applications they are a BAD idea, as they will break down into toxic byproducts that outgas into the air. Since Wok's by their nature are meant for high temp cooking, a non-stick Wok is a terrible idea.

Edit The two quart Lodge Dutch Oven is $6.95 shipping, and internet only. Frown
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Some solid prices here. Since this came up in a rice cooker thread recently, I'll post it here, too. Nonstick surfaces are fine at low temperatures, but for high temp applications they are a BAD idea, as they will break down into toxic byproducts that outgas into the air. Since Wok's by their nature are meant for high temp cooking, a non-stick Wok is a terrible idea.

Edit The two quart Lodge Dutch Oven is $6.95 shipping, and internet only. Frown
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Some solid prices here. Since this came up in a rice cooker thread recently, I'll post it here, too. Nonstick surfaces are fine at low temperatures, but for high temp applications they are a BAD idea, as they will break down into toxic byproducts that outgas into the air. Since Wok's by their nature are meant for high temp cooking, a non-stick Wok is a terrible idea.

Edit The two quart Lodge Dutch Oven is $6.95 shipping, and internet only. Frown
How about ceramic non stick?
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How about ceramic non stick?
I haven't found a solid, reliable answer at this point. I gave up after about an hour a couple of years ago. The manufacturers all claim it's fine for any application, but many of the "teflon = bad" types keep the same claims as for the original teflon. The "ceramic" part is simply a marketing term for another chemical nonstick coating, it is NOT some kind of thin deposited ceramic layer on the metal. I cannot remember if it was the FDA, FTC, or whomever signed off on it.

My guess is that was put in there to try to get consumers to believe this is a totally different product when instead it is an evolutionary one. I have a 5.5 quart "ceramic" nonstick pot BTW (the white kind), but again I never use it above medium heat. It's held up quite well to roughly weekly use for about two years, but I hand wash it and only use non-metallic cookware. Hope that helps.
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Anyone happen to know if the sale is online only or in store as well?
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Some solid prices here. Since this came up in a rice cooker thread recently, I'll post it here, too. Nonstick surfaces are fine at low temperatures, but for high temp applications they are a BAD idea, as they will break down into toxic byproducts that outgas into the air. Since Wok's by their nature are meant for high temp cooking, a non-stick Wok is a terrible idea.

Edit The two quart Lodge Dutch Oven is $6.95 shipping, and internet only. Frown
I don't think that holds true for all of the non-stick surfaces as today there are many that don't do that and can handle very high temperatures
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Anyone happen to know if the sale is online only or in store as well?
I clicked on the links to view the items and the sale prices are valid online.
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I've been looking for a dutch oven, mainly when I decide to fry something. Can someone provide insight into the Lodge cast iron vs the round cherry enameled?
I don't think I've seen cooks/chefs in tutorials use anything other than a shiny enameled dutch oven, for the reason I imagine is clean up and ease of care. So for now I plan to get the round cherry enameled.
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I don't think that holds true for all of the non-stick surfaces as today there are many that don't do that and can handle very high temperatures
My bad. I clarified in my second post after the question of the so-called "ceramic" non-stick surfaces. Do you have any independent links? Two years ago I could't find any I would trust, that tested them into typical termperatures for the application, as Woks easily get up to 400F. Some Wok techniques include heating the Wok as hot as 650F and then taking it off and putting the food in to sear it without burning it. So the people testing it really need to test it at very hot temperatures. Reps for good, unbiased links. Please
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Burbank, CA special grand opening. Today last day

On top of 50% cookware, they have 20% off coupon and if you spend $ 40, you get 2 movie certificates

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I've been looking for a dutch oven, mainly when I decide to fry something. Can someone provide insight into the Lodge cast iron vs the round cherry enameled?
I don't think I've seen cooks/chefs in tutorials use anything other than a shiny enameled dutch oven, for the reason I imagine is clean up and ease of care. So for now I plan to get the round cherry enameled.
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I bought the 2qt Lodge dutch oven when Cost Plus had a holiday sale. I have been using it for deep frying and I am really happy with it. It is deep enough and also keep the oil temperature more constant. I also make pot roast in it and it comes out so much better than using a crock pot.

I bought it in store and the price was 50% off last time. I think there was a $/$$ coupon to make it even better. This time, if it is online only, you might be able to price match to an online store.
I am not sure you can use enamel cast iron for deep frying. The temperature may get really high and the enamel may discolored/chipped....

For something like chicken cutlet, you can use the lid as a skillet. It is not very deep but good enough if you only use less than half an inch of oil.
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Thanks. We needed to replace our 8" pan. Will give this a try.
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