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Walmart has Lodge Cast Iron Loaf Pan (10-1/4" x 5-1/8") for $11.66. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks philips8

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Lodge cast iron loaf pan $11.66. I recommend watching the Matthew Becker review for his method to bake yeast based breads using a to proof the bread in the pan. I use a infrared thermometer to measure the pan temp. Free shipping at $25 https://www.amazon.com/Lodge-L4LP...oaf&sr=8-3 OOS
Walmart is matching the price. Free shipping at $35. Free shipping to store. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lodge-...3/24873919 OOS
Lodge pan scraper set of 2 $2.69.https://www.amazon.com/Lodge-Scra...rap&sr=8-3
Lodge red silicone hot handle cover $3.49. https://www.amazon.com/Lodge-ASHH...th=1&psc=1
Lodge pro-logic 12 inch square griddle $30 with clipped coupon. https://www.amazon.com/Lodge-Pro-...+l&sr=8-59 NLA
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Why would I want this over a normal loaf pan?
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Awesome, just picked up some and the scrapers. Thanks
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This was a price match to amazon Lodge L4LP3 Lodge Loaf Pan https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004QM8...5Db669CRHG
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Why would I want this over a normal loaf pan?
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Why would I want this over a normal loaf pan?
That's what I'm trying to figure out, does bread come out differently baked in a cast iron?
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Loaf pan isn't available on Amazon anymore but I went ahead and placed it through Walmart.
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Why would I want this over a normal loaf pan?
More even heat and bread won't stick (easy to clean) when season finish is maintained properly. Also, keeps loaves warm for a long time if you want to serve these directly out of the pan (on the dinner table for example).
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Sold out....
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oos amazon
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Why would I want this over a normal loaf pan?
it lasts forever, doesn't scratch, even cooking, best of all - it's made from the same materials found in our blood compared to the chemical coated pans..
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Why would I want this over a normal loaf pan?
Cast iron wins every time. Know that it takes more work to care for though (Rust, seasoning, etc). I love using cast iron but I don't use it daily. In this case of making a loaf of bread cast iron is great for this.
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More even heat and bread won't stick (easy to clean) when season finish is maintained properly. Also, keeps loaves warm for a long time if you want to serve these directly out of the pan (on the dinner table for example).
Wouldn't you want to take out the bread after baking because of the heat retention? Like it would keep cooking the bread or burn it at the points of contact
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it lasts forever, doesn't scratch, even cooking, best of all - it's made from the same materials found in our blood compared to the chemical coated pans..
Great notes about non scratch, even heating. Last comment makes me think cast iron hat?
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Wouldn't you want to take out the bread after baking because of the heat retention? Like it would keep cooking the bread or burn it at the points of contact
So you pinch a loaf in the pan, let it bake a few hours in the heat, then remove your steaming loaf?
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