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How to Season a Carbon Steel/Cast Iron Wok or Pan

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How to Season a Carbon Steel/Cast Iron Wok or Pan

Post by TopHouse » Mon Apr 25, 2016 1:55 am

Some stuff I was reading for cs steel pans reckoned that using animal fat, like bacon fat or lard worked best and for pans that will take the oven, oi...login to view the rest of this post

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