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12" Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet EXPIRED

longmanj9 5,287 66,255 October 9, 2016 at 04:52 PM in Kitchenware & Cookware (6) More Target Deals
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Promoted 10-09-2016 by persian_mafia at 06:56 PM View Original Post
Target.com has Select Lodge Cookware on Sale listed below. Select free store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks longmanj9Amazon has 10.5" Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Round Griddle on sale for $11.21. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $49+.

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Seasoned means it has already been coated with a layer of oil and baked. You have to maintain cast iron products by regularly re coating it with oil after use for storage, and to reseason it whenever things start to stick. Seasoning is done by rubbing a light coat of oil and placing in oven at a certain temperature for like an hour.
I'm tempted to buy another one. Nothing is better than cooking with cast-iron. That's all I ever use.

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No HDMI, so that's why I bought one.
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I'm tempted to buy another one. Nothing is better than cooking with cast-iron. That's all I ever use.
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Are the lids on sale anywhere?
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is it easy to wash??
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Man we just bought one of these for full price. . This is a great price for American made goods.
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Thanks OP.
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whats the difference between seasoned and preseasoned
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Quote from Steventruongnguyen View Post :
whats the difference between seasoned and preseasoned
Seasoned means it has already been coated with a layer of oil and baked. You have to maintain cast iron products by regularly re coating it with oil after use for storage, and to reseason it whenever things start to stick. Seasoning is done by rubbing a light coat of oil and placing in oven at a certain temperature for like an hour.
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Hi, is there any aluminum or lead in the pan? Are there any other metals?
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Hi, is there any aluminum or lead in the pan? Are there any other metals?
Just cast iron and oil!
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what is actual measurement across bottom of skillet
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Just cast iron and oil!
Thanks.
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Got the 12" last time it was on sale at Target. I've got $200 pans not as good as this. Cook just about everything in it now. Amazing!
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