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Lodge 10.25" Cast Iron Buffalo Nickel Skillet EXPIRED

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Walmart has Lodge 10.25" Cast Iron Buffalo Nickel Skillet (L8SK3BN) on sale for $12.99. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35+. Thanks GoodDay

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Design is on the exterior. Spat will work fine unless you attempt to use the pan upside down.
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You mean re-season? A well seasoned pan is different from a well oiled pan. True, you can always re-season a pan, over time or oven baked, but you're missing Kumicho's original point.
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Good price for any one of the 10" pans. Tempted to pick this up for using on the grill so I don't destroy my well-seasoned one.
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How does a grill destroy the seasoning on cast iron?
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How does a grill destroy the seasoning on cast iron?
High temps burn it right off.
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High temps burn it right off.
Disagree. Just season it well before cooking.
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Disagree. Just season it well before cooking.
You mean re-season? A well seasoned pan is different from a well oiled pan. True, you can always re-season a pan, over time or oven baked, but you're missing Kumicho's original point.
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What's the benefit of the Buffalo nickel design. Looks like it would be tough to use a spat on.
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What's the benefit of the Buffalo nickel design. Looks like it would be tough to use a spat on.
Design is on the exterior. Spat will work fine unless you attempt to use the pan upside down.
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Still waiting on a 12" skillet deal.
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You mean re-season? A well seasoned pan is different from a well oiled pan. True, you can always re-season a pan, over time or oven baked, but you're missing Kumicho's original point.
No. I literally mean just season it before cooking. Yet it's on the grill but if said person doesn't want to destroy it on the grill I'm assuming they want to use it inside as well?
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How many chicken dinners can I get with this?
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How many chicken dinners can I get with this?
I was about to google how many chicken breasts can you fit in a lodge skillet. Wow. Pubg isnt dead yet?
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Great deal but I am over loaded with Lodge all sizes and shapes.
Very nice medium size pan for cooking anywhere. Especially in the woods using zombie parts.
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How does a grill destroy the seasoning on cast iron?
Past about 500F the seasoning burns off. Grills are like 600-700F
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