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Cooking with cast iron: Fact versus fiction (video)

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WASHINGTON, Dec. 15, 2016 — Cooks around the world prize their cast-iron cookware, which has many advantages over its aluminum siblings. But there are a few myths surrounding cast-iron cooking and care, and a bit of chemistry knowledge can go a long way toward helping chefs use and maintain these pots and pans more effectively. In Reactions' latest episode, we settle these cast-iron controversies once and for all and explain the chemistry of cast-iron cooking. Check out the video here: https://youtu.be/u1zKG0D7GKo.

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