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My aunt use to fry bacon in an iron skillet, and then she would make bacon gravy yum yum.

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Now my Hasty Bake; it is exceptionally well seasoned.
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I use one every day to cook my bacon & eggs breakfast. They taste best on it. Washing it is a challenge, I use cooking oil to dress it up and store it.
why is it a problem? do NOT use soap, ever.. when you season it do so for an hour at 500F but make sure the oil on the pan is super, super thin.

if you cook just the eggs, soak and clean with COLD water.

i have a dozen skillets and half a dozen different dutch ovens. i use them all all the time.

also, the seasoning, if done right, is non-stick.



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why is it a problem? do NOT use soap, ever.. when you season it do so for an hour at 500F but make sure the oil on the pan is super, super thin.

if you cook just the eggs, soak and clean with COLD water.

i have a dozen skillets and half a dozen different dutch ovens. i use them all all the time.

also, the seasoning, if done right, is non-stick.
It's a challenge whenever my kids are doing the dishes and they tend to use soap on that thing everytime which means I have to stuff it in the oven to make it right again
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It's a challenge whenever my kids are doing the dishes and they tend to use soap on that thing everytime which means I have to stuff it in the oven to make it right again

My wife uses a few of them regularly. If anything ever sticks she just uses a handful of Kosher salt mixed with a tiny bit of water to create a paste, and then just rubs this paste around the skillet before rinsing it out. It works perfectly.

Don't use regular table salt - the grains aren't coarse enough. Of course, knowing how you feel about the Zionists, feel free to substitute sea salt if you wish.
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when you season it do so for an hour at 500F but make sure the oil on the pan is super, super thin.
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I like rice bran oil for this procedure.

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My wife uses a few of them regularly. If anything ever sticks she just uses a handful of Kosher salt mixed with a tiny bit of water to create a paste, and then just rubs this paste around the skillet before rinsing it out. It works perfectly.

Don't use regular table salt - the grains aren't coarse enough. Of course, knowing how you feel about the Zionists, feel free to substitute sea salt if you wish.
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Man, this thread is starting to sound a little gay.
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Man, this thread is starting to sound a little gay.
It's okay to oil one up and get it super hot. After thoroughly using it just give it a gentle cleaning with water (no soap), rinse and repeat.

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