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Home > Caring your home’s cookware well

In the days of healthy eating and organic foods, cooking is becoming increasingly popular, extending from more than just a way of preparing food, but far into the hobby realm as well. The well seasoned cook knows the importance of quality cookware, and even those new to the trade understand the value inherent in buying cookware that will provide years of outstanding use. Except for purchasing high quality cookware, to protect them is another aspect. Now I will introduce some ways to protect different cookware such as Cast Iron Cookware, Carbon Steel Cookware , Aluminum Cookware and so on. Now I will take Cast Iron Cookware as an example.

Seasoning New Cast Iron Cookware

The process is fairly simple. When done properly, your pans will last longer and may even become your hand-me-downs in the future.

1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
2. Coat the pan with lard or grease. (Be sure not to use vegetable oil or cooking spray commercial. While they may seem easier not only cause the cookware to be seasoned incorrectly, but will also be a sticky film on the outside of the container that it is impossible to remove.)
3. Put the pan in the oven on the rack in half and let cook for 15 minutes.
4. Remove the pan and pour off excess fat or lard.
5. Put the pan back in oven and cook for another two hours.
6. Repeat if necessary

Every time cast iron is used it will have to be wiped out and lightly oiled. Also once a year completely reseason Cast Iron Cookware.

How to Properly Store Cast Iron Cookware

Cast iron cookware needs to simply be stored in a dry location.

Cast iron cookware may require some extra care but it is worth it. If taken care of, cast iron cookware can last forever and can be handed down from generation to generation. It can also be used in the home, at the cabin, on the fire and grill. So next time new cookware is needed think about cast iron cookware as a choice.