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14" AmazonBasics Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Wok Pan EXPIRED

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Good deal if you're in love with cast iron. For a 14" wok though, i would strongly recommend looking at carbon steel. It will be much lighter and maneuverable (tossing food) than the heavy cast iron version.
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Woks are made to be lifted and the food tossed, it works air into the process and to be honest, this is too heavy to use properly. There is good science behind why you'd use a wok though, but I'd suggest carbon steel.
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No idea if this is a good wok. But cast iron woks are good because they hold heat. If you have a really powerful stove, carbon steel woks are better. If you have a normal stove, like most people, your flame won't get the wok back to temperature after adding food and you won't get a good stir fry. Cast iron woks, once heated (and this makes them smoke a lot!), will not suffer from this same problem. I have one (not this one, but a more expensive model I got from the Wok Shop in SF) and it works better on my middle-of-the-road gas range than my nice carbon steel one.

Also, the dual handle model (which doesn't lend itself to flipping) is used in many regions of China. It's just as legit as a single handle model.
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Nice deal. Thanks OP for posting this.
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Thanks! Been looking at buying one - hopefully this one holds up well. In for one.
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Had the Lodge one on my list for a long time but never really went on sale. For this price I'll give this one a try. Camelcamelcamel says its the lowest it's ever been.
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Two of the first three reviews mention "love love love". So what's not to love?
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12 inch came for 15$ sometime back
Compared to that, this one is not so great
Just an ok deal 🤙
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Good deal if you're in love with cast iron. For a 14" wok though, i would strongly recommend looking at carbon steel. It will be much lighter and maneuverable (tossing food) than the heavy cast iron version.
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Total culinary noob here, what's the advantage of this over a standard frying pan?
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Total culinary noob here, what's the advantage of this over a standard frying pan?
you get panda express everytime you use this
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Any idea if this is good for induction? This seems a bit large and heavy to use vs iron or carbon steel
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Any idea if this is good for induction? This seems a bit large and heavy to use vs iron or carbon steel
Wouldn't suggest for induction, they are very heavy. I'll be honest, I've done nothing but regret buying mine.
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How does this piece of shiet get on FP?
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Total culinary noob here, what's the advantage of this over a standard frying pan?
Woks are made to be lifted and the food tossed, it works air into the process and to be honest, this is too heavy to use properly. There is good science behind why you'd use a wok though, but I'd suggest carbon steel.
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'D' grade on Fakespot...
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