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sharonbikes wrote:I have 3 old cast iron skillets that I have not used in years because they need to be seasoned and I am just not sure how to do that. These were my grandmothers -- one is marked Griswold and other other 2 have no marks on them, but are of a similar age.
For those of you who are loyal cast iron users - what do I need to do to these to get them ready to use and once they are ready, what do I need to do to keep them in good shape? Does not cooking in oil make it more difficult to use them? Also, I have a ceramic top stove -- is that really a problem with cast iron?
Vegan Hunter wrote:I had a cast iron skillet that busted on my ceramic top. DON'T DO IT!!!!