In this quick video you will find a glorious trick to take any pan and make it a nonstick pan. Stick around, learn something, live a little, have a good time, smile, dance to the music!
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This is new to me and it’s useful.
All this time I’ve been doing it the hard way. I have a cast-iron skillet that is– I am not making this up– non-stick. It’s all in how you prepare the thing, and the way you care for it afterwards. Yeah, I learned to make it non-stick through You-Tube videos, so these things are good for something. Old fashioned cast iron, just like Grandma used to use. Non-stick, better than the new stuff you buy today. Maybe someday I’ll have to tell how it’s done over by my blog (not yet, this needs prepping and it’ll take some time to pull this off), In the meantime, the method shown above sort-of works and is better than not having anything to work with.
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I don’t really wanna try this but damn, that guy is great looking he should know how I like my eggs…. Fertilized. HAHAHAHA jk
We going camping and cleaning the cast iron is no fun at all. After seeing this it will longer be a chore to clean the pan. That is if I don’t forget to take the parchment paper.
worked with cast iron for 20 years, have never had an issue with sticking. coat with canola oil, heat to 400, fry some bacon in it, then when halfway cooled rinse out with hot water. NEVER EVER USE ANY SOAP when cleaning cast Iron!!
“geniously dumb”, but without the genius. If you can afford to waste a piece of parchment paper every time you fry an egg then you can afford a decent pan and season it so that it doesn’t need parchment paper. This is like saying you can clean your plates easily but putting a paper plate on them before the food. Stupid and wasteful. This is not anything new and innovative. People have been using parchment paper to prevent food from sticking to pans forever, but you don’t use it to fry a 20 cent egg.
Great! I concur.