How To Cook With Cast Iron

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, October 26, 2016
  • This guide will make cooking with cast iron a breeze!

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  • Shann D

    Shann D

     7 hours ago

    1:07 And 1:14 there different pans

  • Syed Abbas

    Syed Abbas

     9 hours ago

    I like the narration more than the skillet.

  • peter russell

    peter russell

     18 hours ago

    As a semi collecter og gemstones loved this

  • Odin_NtR


     22 hours ago

    5:38 Yes, I agree. Especially for bodybuilders that eat 6 times a day.

  • Racer_o_the_Reaper



    All this bitching about taking care of a pan. You don’t deserve this pan, you need beat with it. I love my cast iron! Makes the best food ever to come outta my kitchen!

  • Aurora Borealis

    Aurora Borealis


    K A R M E L L

  • tyylit



    reminder when you put it in the oven it will smoke so fukken much!!!

  • Joseph Entuna

    Joseph Entuna


    I never knew that until today

  • Jessie James Sambilad

    Jessie James Sambilad


    We dont have oven haha

  • ThisIsLotso


     2 days ago

    Step 1: Throw it away!

    Cast irons are overrated garbage!

  • mico joson

    mico joson

     2 days ago +3

    Step 1: buy cast iron skillet
    Step 2: order take out
    Step 3: question your life choices

  • Chef Love

    Chef Love

     2 days ago

    They aren't that expensive. I mean you can get them for $20 from Amazon which is a good price considering they last a lifetime

  • JoelLimTheLazyGuy YT

    JoelLimTheLazyGuy YT

     3 days ago +2

    The pan is like pubg

  • Nicole Pennetta

    Nicole Pennetta

     3 days ago

    The only problem I have with this, you do NOT use paper towel to clean/dry/season. Use a lint free towel.

  • JO H-

    JO H-

     4 days ago +1

    0:44 Incorrect cleaning method
    When detergent is used, it is absorbed into the pan.

  • Linda


     4 days ago

    They work very well for lightly searing a steak and then finishing it in the oven. It works especially well for a thick steak! I saw a well known chef on Food Network demonstrate this! These pans only take more time to season when they are new. They work better the older they get! Thanks for the video.

  • Maleek Fishbones

    Maleek Fishbones

     4 days ago +1

    how much oil does this fucker go through a week

  • Christopher Berard

    Christopher Berard

     4 days ago +1

    I have to say, with the help of this video I have purchased & seasoned my 12” lodge. I’ll be cooking my first meal on it today. It’s a lot of work but, it truly is rewarding.

  • Arto Bdoyan

    Arto Bdoyan

     4 days ago +1

    you have So beautiful voice , thanks for the video really helpfull .

  • Spoon tan

    Spoon tan

     5 days ago

    So, when seasoning it’s like polishing a boot? Besides putting it in the oven of course.