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What Not To Cook In A Cast-Iron Skillet |

What Not To Cook In A Cast-Iron Skillet

For the first few months that you own a cast-iron skillet (or longer, if you don’t use it much) you should avoid cooking foods that are prone to sticking. A French omelet, scrambled eggs, pancakes, and fried rice are all foods that might work well on a shiny, extremely well-seasoned pan, but will likely stick to a newer pan that hasn’t been used much. Not only will you over-brown your eggs and have funky-shaped pancakes, but you’ll also have to scrub — and, possibly, soap — the skillet to get it clean again, which will strip away the pan’s seasoning.

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