Cleaning Cast Iron Pans

I use cast iron pans to help keep our blood iron levels more normal. But sometimes when we forget to season them well things get stuck on the bottom, or even burned. Putting a little water into the hot pan will cause all the charred bits to lift right off. In a few minutes, it can be swished out easily with no scraping or scrubbing.

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By Bailey36 from SW Michigan

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Cleaning Cast Iron Pans

I would just always be sure to apply some oil after you wash it out. Everytime. (10/17/2009)

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