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Cast Iron Cookware is one of the most reliable, long lasting kinds of cookware you can find. They have a naturally non-stick surface that makes it that much easier to fry and cook without your food sticking to the bottom of the pan. You'll be able to do everything with cast iron cooking, from fry-ups to pastries. Everything comes out perfect because it distributes heat quite evenly. It also retains heat, so you can save energy. However, some people are concerned about the maintenance of cookware. They need frequent seasoning to prevent rust from accumulating. It is also necessary to make and preserve the non-stick surface. While the advantages are pretty tempting, it isn't very useful for people with fast-paced lifestyles.

Enamel Cast Iron Cookware can become nonstick naturally because of its composition. It can stand and maintain very high cooking temperatures, which is why most people use them for searing or frying food, cooking stews, or braising beef. Because of its composition, it has a tendency to release a small amount of iron into the food you are cooking. Those who suffer from anemia can really benefit from this. When you're dealing with a new piece of cast iron cookware, you'll have to clean it thoroughly. Fortunately enamel cast iron cookware was easy to clean because of the enamel coating that prevents from rusting. If you buy it from a store, then you can be fairly sure that it's ready to use. However, if you buy your iron from a flea market, you need to keep in mind that you don't know where it came from. When you take your cast iron pan home, you have to determine if it is bare or seasoned. For new pieces of iron, you will find that there is a thin wax coating on the inside of the Enamel Cookware     . This is to prevent it from rusting. You will have to clean it. When cleaning cast iron, remember to never use detergent or soap as this can really damage the iron. Also, they are not dishwasher safe, the only option you have is to hand wash it. When the pan is new, it can be a little hard to clean because it is very porous.