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3-Piece Ozark Trail Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet Set

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Walmart.com has 3-Piece Ozark Trail Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet Set on sale for $14.95. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (free trial) or on $35+ orders.

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Set Includes:
  • 8" Skillet
  • 10.5" Skillet
  • 12" Skillet
Product Info:
  • These skillets are made from sturdy cast-iron material, promising years of re-use.
  • Pre-seasoning gives your food a unique & hearty flavor that you will come to expect.
  • Enjoy all of the delicious flavors of an outdoor grill, with the option to cook indoors conveniently.
  • The loop handle, adds extra stability when lifting a full pan.
  • Great option for campers to use when cooking over an open fire.
  • Hand Wash Only

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    • The 3-Piece Ozark Trail Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet Set is $12 less (44.52% savings) than the $26.95 list price.
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Walmart [walmart.com] has 3-Piece Ozark Trail Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet Set on sale for $14.95. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (15 day free trial [walmart.com]) on $35+ orders.

Set Includes:
  • 8" Skillet
  • 10.5" Skillet
  • 12" Skillet
About this deal:
  • My research indicates this 3-Piece Ozark Trail Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet Set has been previously frontpage here at $19 (Jan. 2020) and here at $17 (Dec. 2019).
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I cook on Lodge skillets daily, as well as sometimes on an old Griswold or two.
When I get my Lodge skillets new, the first thing I do is do a high temp seasoning with about 1/4" of Lard, followed by a cooling off to about 150°, then a scraping of the bottom with a thin metal scraper, which removes nearly all the 'bumpiness' of the inside bottom.

Most of the 'bumpiness', believe it or not, comes from the "pre-seasoning", which I remove thru the process.
But Ozark Trail has an actual coarse 'sandblast' finish to it, on the iron itself.
After I re-season my Lodges 'my way', then eggs or any food just slides right out like it was a teflon pan, and nothing sticks.
I've been cooking on cast iron over 50 years.
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Good for a camping set if you don't mind all the weight. Or you can use them on the grill for cooking sides or searing on a pellet grill.
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Low price, but Ozark Trail produces poor castings with a very 'gritty' surface.
I'd go with at least Lodge cast iron cookware no matter the price difference. Well worth it.
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Low price, but Ozark Trail produces poor castings with a very 'gritty' surface.
I'd go with at least Lodge cast iron cookware no matter the price difference. Well worth it.
Got a lodge dutch oven on sale and it was also a very rough finish so it also YMMV on lodge as well. I think the only true way to ensure a smoother finish is buy it in person or spend extra $. For $14, I'm considering whether it is worth another roll of the dice on this set.
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Got a lodge dutch oven on sale and it was also a very rough finish so it also YMMV on lodge as well. I think the only true way to ensure a smoother finish is buy it in person or spend extra $. For $14, I'm considering whether it is worth another roll of the dice on this set.
Plenty of videos on YT about how to sand down and re-season the pans. I did one of mine and the surface now is smooth as silk, and cooking fatty foods in it keeps it seasoned.
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Good for practicing your pan fighting skill.
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I don't seem to be getting any option for store pickup. Anyone having any luck?
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Sand these things down with a random orbital to a smooth finish. Then you have the quality of a $80 griddle.
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Got a lodge dutch oven on sale and it was also a very rough finish so it also YMMV on lodge as well. I think the only true way to ensure a smoother finish is buy it in person or spend extra $. For $14, I'm considering whether it is worth another roll of the dice on this set.
I cook on Lodge skillets daily, as well as sometimes on an old Griswold or two.
When I get my Lodge skillets new, the first thing I do is do a high temp seasoning with about 1/4" of Lard, followed by a cooling off to about 150°, then a scraping of the bottom with a thin metal scraper, which removes nearly all the 'bumpiness' of the inside bottom.

Most of the 'bumpiness', believe it or not, comes from the "pre-seasoning", which I remove thru the process.
But Ozark Trail has an actual coarse 'sandblast' finish to it, on the iron itself.
After I re-season my Lodges 'my way', then eggs or any food just slides right out like it was a teflon pan, and nothing sticks.
I've been cooking on cast iron over 50 years.
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Quote from Accster :
I cook on Lodge skillets daily, as well as sometimes on an old Griswold or two.
When I get my Lodge skillets new, the first thing I do is do a high temp seasoning with about 1/4" of Lard, followed by a cooling off to about 150°, then a scraping of the bottom with a thin metal scraper, which removes nearly all the 'bumpiness' of the inside bottom.

Most of the 'bumpiness', believe it or not, comes from the "pre-seasoning", which I remove thru the process.
But Ozark Trail has an actual coarse 'sandblast' finish to it, on the iron itself.
After I re-season my Lodges 'my way', then eggs or any food just slides right out like it was a teflon pan, and nothing sticks.
I've been cooking on cast iron over 50 years.
I will definitely give the lodge another try. It was the first cast iron I ever bought and tried to season. Appreciate the time you took to respond with your advice.
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