Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
This is new stuff. That non-stick cooking spray makes a mess of things, though. Oh, I do have to rescue my cast iron pan from the sink soaking, too. If it were up to me, it would all be cast iron. Properly cured, it is non-stick.
Dont know about soaking a cast iron in water...most of mine are just wiped clean leaving some grease in the pot all the time...saves time reseasoning the iron all the time..on a rare occasion I might use water to clean iron but I melt and rub in some lard right away...
used aluminum and copper bottom pans before I use lots of butter and lard so sticking is not a problem
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