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6.5-Quart Lodge Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven (Emerald Green) EXPIRED

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Walmart has 6.5-Quart Lodge Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven (Various Colors) for $48.50. Shipping is free.

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Available Colors: Features:
  • 6.5 Quart Serving Size
  • Use to marinate, refrigerate, cook, and serve
  • Can be used on induction cook tops
  • Safe up to 500 F
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Walmart exclusive and available in various colors. Shipping is free.

Merlot:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lodge-...ected=true OOS

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https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lodge-...ected=true OOS

Emerald Green:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lodge-...ected=true
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Both brands are good but I find the lodge to be built a little nicer. The lodge is also rated for higher temp (500° vs 450°) which I prefer since I pre-heat to 500° when making bread.
This is a nice looking pot. I have a blue 7.25 qt Le Creuset that is beautiful but a beast to pick up. So much so I switched to ceramic coated cast aluminum Dutch Oven. All the great cooking qualities, but a fraction of the weight. Just a thought for those that find cast iron Dutch Ovens too unwieldy.

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No love for 3-4 qt.
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Hmm is there much difference between lodge and tramontina ditch ovens? Picked up a 4qt7qt set from Costco and both brands are made in china anyways.
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Hmm is there much difference between lodge and tramontina ditch ovens? Picked up a 4qt7qt set from Costco and both brands are made in china anyways.
Both brands are good but I find the lodge to be built a little nicer. The lodge is also rated for higher temp (500° vs 450°) which I prefer since I pre-heat to 500° when making bread.
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Both brands are good but I find the lodge to be built a little nicer. The lodge is also rated for higher temp (500° vs 450°) which I prefer since I pre-heat to 500° when making bread.
Awesome, thanks for the insight
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This or the Always Pan?
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This is a nice looking pot. I have a blue 7.25 qt Le Creuset that is beautiful but a beast to pick up. So much so I switched to ceramic coated cast aluminum Dutch Oven. All the great cooking qualities, but a fraction of the weight. Just a thought for those that find cast iron Dutch Ovens too unwieldy.
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This or the Always Pan?
Bunch of reviews say the coating of the Always pan rubs off after a few months. I would skip the Always pan even though it looks nice.
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Do you need to season this first time use and after washing every time? Do Staub and Le creuset also need seasoning after washing or no need since they are enemal coated?
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Do you need to season this first time use and after washing every time? Do Staub and Le creuset also need seasoning after washing or no need since they are enemal coated?
No - you don't need to season every time. Or ever, really.

If they're like tramontina, the top and edge of the lid might be plain cast iron which is the only part that might need occasional seasoning.
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This is a nice looking pot. I have a blue 7.25 qt Le Creuset that is beautiful but a beast to pick up. So much so I switched to ceramic coated cast aluminum Dutch Oven. All the great cooking qualities, but a fraction of the weight. Just a thought for those that find cast iron Dutch Ovens too unwieldy.
Do you use this brand or the other brand? I was holding out for a high end brand but we have lodge cast iron pans and love them.
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I found the following one is even cheaper and lots of reviews. How does the lodge compared to the following one?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Tramon...n/29114481
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The Lodge is oven safe to 500 degrees. The Tramontina only to 400 degrees.
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