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[No Frills] 5 Quart Enameled Cast Iron Pot with Lid (Dutch Oven) - $29.97 (limit 2) while quantities last

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[No Frills] 5 Quart Enameled Cast Iron Pot with Lid (Dutch Oven) - $29.97 (limit 2) while quantities last

$29.97 (Limit 2). $89 after limit. While quantities last. Similar products seem to be $80-90 at other stores.

Unbranded, but seems to be decent quality for the price.
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WTH... when did No Frill started to carry that kind of inventory. Thanks OP...
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acbay21 wrote:
Feb 2nd, 2017 11:45 am
WTH... when did No Frill started to carry that kind of inventory. Thanks OP...
Seems to be a special buy item. They bring in limited stock for the sale. When it's gone, it's gone.

Similarly, ahead of Black Friday they had limited stock of TVs and tablets!
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Was trying to figure out the brand of this.

Saw "Marmite" written below so pretty much generic I'm guessing.

Canadiantire sometimes have the KitchenAid ones go on sale for this price as well.
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gh05t wrote:
Feb 2nd, 2017 11:55 am
Was trying to figure out the brand of this.

Saw "Marmite" written below so pretty much generic I'm guessing.

Canadiantire sometimes have the KitchenAid ones go on sale for this price as well.
Yes it is very generic. Box doesn't indicate a brand, although it does say Made in China and specifies "Lead-free and cadmium-free."

The product looks identical to the following item on Amazon, except the one from No Frills has a black handle on the lid, whereas the one on Amazon is silver. Skeptical of the reviews on Amazon though (Fakespot gives an F).
https://www.amazon.com/Chef-Quality-Cas ... dutch+oven
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codex wrote:
Feb 2nd, 2017 12:01 pm
Yes it is very generic. Box doesn't indicate a brand, although it does say Made in China and specifies "Lead-free and cadmium-free."
Is there any organization that verifies these? A Chinese comp damn built an asbestos filled Children's hospital in the USA not even a year ago. Can't imagine buying these random "made in ______" location that are heat and "oven" capable pots and pans while proclaiming abc-free and xyz-free
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Went out to buy it today but I skipped it.
Box said stove top rdy up to 420f and oven rdy up to 350f.
Those are extremely low temps for dutch oven, I use mine 500f+ so didnt want to risk it with this one.
I wonder if they just used plastic handle.
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Despite it being non-branded and of questionable quality, I tried to buy one before close tonight (Sat)... but they're sold out at the store on Carlaw.
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Nothing like the smell of beans from a fresh dutch oven!
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Is this 7-quart Dutch oven the best size for Jim Lahey's Perfect Bread recipe?
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x5yexret wrote:
Feb 5th, 2017 8:54 am
Is this 7-quart Dutch oven the best size for Jim Lahey's Perfect Bread recipe?
I do his bread and perfect would be around 4.5 - 5.5qt.
7qt is way too big and you wont get a good rise.
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Saw them at No Frills and I also saw that they are selling Pillows for $5 each
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x5yexret wrote:
Feb 5th, 2017 8:54 am
Is this 7-quart Dutch oven the best size for Jim Lahey's Perfect Bread recipe?
You don't need anything crazy like that for bread
I just use a glass Pyrex bowl
Done it 5-10 times already and works great
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Redscott wrote:
Feb 5th, 2017 7:48 am
Nothing like the smell of beans from a fresh dutch oven!
Sounds like a kilt raising experience.Lol
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x5yexret wrote:
Feb 5th, 2017 8:54 am
Is this 7-quart Dutch oven the best size for Jim Lahey's Perfect Bread recipe?
Previous poster said oven max 350F. You often bake bread at over 400F.
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