Cast Iron Dutch Oven

1 Cast Iron Dutch Oven 5L

From Thailand

  • ฿2,989 per Piece
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A Heavy-Duty Cast Iron Dutch Oven perfect for that grand-mothers stew! It's heavy, but delivered to the convenience of your home for free (in Bangkok city only, don't be cheeky:)). This cast iron dutch oven is made a small Thai forgery in Chomburi and will last a life-time. The Paleo Robbie kitchen does not use non-stick pans, and exclusively uses stainless and sometimes also cast iron (this 5 litre oven is a bit too small for us but perfect for home cooking. Besides grand-mother's stew, we also recommend: - Pot Roast - Chili Con Carne - Roasted Whole Chicken Diameter (width) 24 cm. Height 18 cm. 5 litre volume. ==== How to get started: 1. Thoroughly scrub the pan with soap (about 3 rounds, till black stops coming off) 2. Put the pan in oven or stove till completely dry 3. Rub either lard or tallow (or even EVOO) deeply into the cast iron - rub just a thin layer, but rub it EVERYWHERE including the handle 4. Put pan in the oven at 250 celsius for 60 minutes - this will form the protective layer to prevent rusting of the cast iron 7. Rinse and start cooking, or just dry it by putting it on stove or back in the oven for a few minutes Have fun cooking! PS. Do not wash the pan with soap! Otherwise you'll have to repeat the above steps. ==== About the non-stick issue "Ok, so Robbie why don't you use non-stick pans?" Well, it's the same reason as why I advise people not to re-heat their paleo meals in plastic containers, and instead use glass containers, or alternatively a ceramic plate/container. Non-stick material traditionally contains poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) used to create non-stick, stain-resistant, and water-repellent surfaces are also toxic and highly persistent, both in your body and in the environment. When heated, non-stick cookware releases perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), linked to thyroid disease, infertility, and developmental and reproductive problems. This has been known for a long time and manufacturers of non-stick coatings started to phase out PFAS. Now non-stick manufacturers advertise with "PFAS free!". But they simply use a common replacement called GenX which has been found to be just as toxic. Our advice? Stay clear of non-stick pans, and use stainless or cast iron. (for reheating glass is the best)