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www.thekitchn.com/how-to-clean-a-cast-iron-skillet-cleaning-lessons-from-the...

Instructions for cleaning a cast iron skillet often include a lot of don’ts: Don’t use soap, don’t use steel wool, don’t put it in the dishwasher. It’s almost enough to scare a cook off from cast iron completely! Here’s one do: Do follow these steps and you’ll be able to keep your ...

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Reseasoning Your Cast Iron Skillet after Cleaning. Now, you have the option of rinsing the cast iron skillet out with water or just wiping it clean with a paper towel. The choice is yours. If you do decide to rinse the skillet out with water, you will need to make sure that you thoroughly dry it. Just a few drops of water can cause a cast iron ...

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How to Clean an Iron Skillet With Salt. Cast iron cookware is a wonderful addition to most kitchens. Cast iron heats evenly and retains heat longer than most other types of cookware, making it better for frying, in addition to several other uses. Cast iron cookware must be "seasoned" thoroughly before use to prevent rusting. After proper seasoning,...

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The history of cast iron cookware goes back at least as far as 6 th century China, but we are perhaps most familiar with its history in Colonial America. At this time, the majority of cooking was done in a hearth. Cast iron’s ability to hold high and even heat for an extended period of time made it ideal for cooking over an open flame.

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Scrubbing with salt is the key. To season the pan, rub a light coat (1 Tbsp.) of flaxseed oil on the cast iron.

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To prevent rust and extend the life of a cast iron skillet, it’s best not to use soap to clean it. Instead, use a about a tablespoon of coarse salt to scrub the pan after a meal. The salt breaks up bits of stuck food and residue on the skillet. Then you can toss the dirty salt in the trash, rinse ...

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How to Clean Rust Off Cast Iron. Cast iron pans and pots are prone to rust. Luckily, if you notice rust on cast iron, there are plenty of ways to remove it. It can be removed using salt if it's a small amount of rust. A larger amount of...

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Cast iron skillets get better with age- as long as you’re consistently cooking with them, and as long as you don’t clean them with soap. If it’s been ages since you’ve actually used your skillet, chances are it’s in need of some TLC. Covered in rust, you say? No problem! Reach for these three simple kitchen staples to help you return your pan to its former glory.

thepioneerwoman.com/food-and-friends/3-ways-to-clean-a-cast-iron-skillet

Cast iron is definitely my favorite cookware. You don’t have to worry about chemicals leaching into your food. It’s naturally nonstick if properly cared for. It retains heat very well. But when I first started cooking with cast iron, I was a bit mystified as to how one is supposed to clean it ...