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[T&T Supermarket] STAUB CAST IRON Round Cocotte – 4 qt. / 3.8 L : $99.99 (GTA, Ottawa, Waterloo flyers)

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[T&T Supermarket] STAUB CAST IRON Round Cocotte – 4 qt. / 3.8 L : $99.99 (GTA, Ottawa, Waterloo flyers)

Nice price this week for the Staub Cast Iron 3.8L Round Cocotte at T&T. $99.99. GTA, Ottawa, Waterloo flyers.
https://www.tntsupermarket.com/store-flyer
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From Staub site: https://www.zwilling.ca/product/round-c ... t-3-8-l-8/
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I am waiting for those made-in-japan pots, frying pans to go on sale...
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How much is it normally?
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orb2k wrote: How much is it normally?
I think 150
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Great price! I paid $110 at The Bay before Christmas.
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orb2k wrote: How much is it normally?
I see the current prices are:
$269.99 from Staub: https://www.zwilling.ca/product/round-c ... t-3-8-l-8/
$298.88 at the Bay: https://www.thebay.com/staub-round-4-qu ... ocotte&N=0
$179.99 on Amazon.ca: https://www.amazon.ca/Staub-Cast-Iron-R ... 61&sr=8-12

I can't see anything cheaper than Amazon at the moment except for T&T.
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orb2k wrote: How much is it normally?
Normally 150 at their warehouse
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Great price. I have the same one in red that I paid $150 for a year ago. Fantastic french oven. If you're wondering how this can be better than a cheaper Lodge and if cast iron is cast iron, no, they are not created equal. You'll notice this when frying or cleaning up on it. Staub and LeCreuset cast iron on the cooking surface is less porous, and therefore MUCH easier to clean and cook on. I find it to be more non-stick. At $99, it's a bargain.
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najibs wrote: Great price. I have the same one in red that I paid $150 for a year ago. Fantastic french oven. If you're wondering how this can be better than a cheaper Lodge and if cast iron is cast iron, no, they are not created equal. You'll notice this when frying or cleaning up on it. Staub and LeCreuset cast iron on the cooking surface is less porous, and therefore MUCH easier to clean and cook on. I find it to be more non-stick. At $99, it's a bargain.
I don't think it's a porous thing, although could be wrong. Staub/Le Creuset are enamelled cast iron, whereas entry level Lodge is not, although they do have an enameled line. So Lodge needs to be seasoned and the seasoning maintained if you don't want it to rust. Personally I don't mind that for skillets but it's a PIA for dutch ovens, so all mine are enamelled. Tempted by this as the Staub enamel is black and mine is white, I hear the black does a better job with searing. Plus it's just pretty. :-)
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jrshopper wrote: I don't think it's a porous thing, although could be wrong. Staub/Le Creuset are enamelled cast iron, whereas entry level Lodge is not, although they do have an enameled line. So Lodge needs to be seasoned and the seasoning maintained if you don't want it to rust. Personally I don't mind that for skillets but it's a PIA for dutch ovens, so all mine are enamelled. Tempted by this as the Staub enamel is black and mine is white, I hear the black does a better job with searing. Plus it's just pretty. :-)
Enameled refers to the coating over the cast iron. The inside of the Staub is not enameled. Neither is lodge. I have both. The cast iron is more polished and better coated on the Staub. LeCreuset does have an enameled coating on a lot of their stuff on the cooking surface, but not their frying pans. As I said, when you use and compare, the different brands, you'll understand why Staub and LeCreuset are more expensive than Lodge.
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najibs wrote: Enameled refers to the coating over the cast iron. The inside of the Staub is not enameled. Neither is lodge. I have both. The cast iron is more polished and better coated on the Staub. LeCreuset does have an enameled coating on a lot of their stuff on the cooking surface, but not their frying pans. As I said, when you use and compare, the different brands, you'll understand why Staub and LeCreuset are more expensive than Lodge.
Hm, interesting. I was absolutely positive Staub was enameled but black. I own a lot of CI, different brands, but no Staub. Yet. ;-)

edit to add that they are in fact enameled. According to their FAQ at least. It's a black matte enamel.

https://www.staub-online.com/uk/en/page ... tiron.html
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Aisle 1B on left side at mississauga T&T (715 Central Pkwy W). Looked like about 8 on the shelf there. Grabbed one, thanks OP.
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najibs wrote: Enameled refers to the coating over the cast iron. The inside of the Staub is not enameled. Neither is lodge. I have both. The cast iron is more polished and better coated on the Staub. LeCreuset does have an enameled coating on a lot of their stuff on the cooking surface, but not their frying pans. As I said, when you use and compare, the different brands, you'll understand why Staub and LeCreuset are more expensive than Lodge.
jrshopper wrote: Hm, interesting. I was absolutely positive Staub was enameled but black. I own a lot of CI, different brands, but no Staub. Yet. ;-)

According to their FAQ, its a matte black interior enamel coating on Staubs.
https://www.staub-online.com/uk/en/page ... tiron.html
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najibs wrote: Enameled refers to the coating over the cast iron. The inside of the Staub is not enameled. Neither is lodge. I have both. The cast iron is more polished and better coated on the Staub. LeCreuset does have an enameled coating on a lot of their stuff on the cooking surface, but not their frying pans. As I said, when you use and compare, the different brands, you'll understand why Staub and LeCreuset are more expensive than Lodge.
Um...no I don’t think you’re right . Both Staub and Le Creset are enameled. The only difference is that le Creuset does their enamel in cream colour while staub does their enamel in black. I have both . They are both enameled .
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