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[Amazon.ca] Lodge 6-Quart Color Enamel Dutch Oven (Pumpkin color only) $63.56

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[Amazon.ca] Lodge 6-Quart Color Enamel Dutch Oven (Pumpkin color only) $63.56

Lodge cast iron dutch oven. Lodge is a pretty decent brand, i have bought a few things from them and they are all pretty robust. This is all time low on amazon and i think is a decent price.
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Apr 1, 2017
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Very good price. This colour is discontinued by Lodge (no longer on their website) and the regular price is always lower than other colours. I bought this at $83 a couple months back. Works great and the colour is vibrant.

Mine has little chip (3mm) on one of the handles. No idea why or when it happened but doesn't affect functionality. Although, some reviewers on Amazon reported the same, so that might be why it's on sale. Limited lifetime warranty so I'm not very concerned.

Note that enameled Lodge are made in China.
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Dec 30, 2017
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i have the amazon basics one, really happy with it. it is around the same price. Still ordered this one.
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Aug 11, 2019
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Good price
not exactly my first choice in colour but it will do
I've been waiting for a deal
thanks OP
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almasyseifer wrote: How much of a downgrade is this next to Le Creuset if at all?
The main knock on the Lodge has to do with the rounder shape compared to Staub and Le Creuset makes for a smaller bottom cooking surface for searing.

Other thing is Le Creuset is a little lighter according to comparison reviews.

Otherwise, cooking is pretty much the same for a lot less money.

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I've never owned a dutch oven (!!!) - is this something I should pick up? Another model instead? Size is good?
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Depends what you want to use it for, they keep their heat really well, they last forever, you can put them on the stove or in the oven. 6qt is a decent size but you won't use it to cook a rizotto for two, it's mostly used in sauces, stews, and other things made in bulk. They're pretty much all the same, I have a creuset one and an amazon basics one and appart from their size they're pretty much the same.
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Great price! Ordered! I have a 7.5 qrt already and it's great!
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Mar 23, 2018
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In for one. Thanks OP! I was eyeing this last week as I finally jumped on the sourdough bandwagon. Should be good for bread making. :)
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almasyseifer wrote: How much of a downgrade is this next to Le Creuset if at all?
I don't have Le Creuset, but do have several Staub, one Lodge, one Denby. The Lodge and Denby pots take noticeably longer to heat up than Staub.
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Kaitlyn wrote: I've never owned a dutch oven (!!!) - is this something I should pick up? Another model instead? Size is good?
This is one of my every day cook items
note that 6 qt capacity is quite big

This is a great price, especially at this size
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Even amazon basics has a line up of these pots?!? I never knew and now I have some research to do. I’ve been looking for one or something similar for my kamado joe cooks.
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goat wrote: This is one of my every day cook items
note that 6 qt capacity is quite big

This is a great price, especially at this size
Would it be TOO big for small-batch cooking? I guess somewhat wasted space/heat but I imagine being oversized for the job is... fine?
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In for one, thanks OP! A friend gave me a bread recipe that uses a dutch oven, I had been keeping my eye out on Kijiji but I might as well buy new at this price.
I searched and found other colours of the same pot on homedepot.ca for $200, so I'd say, pretty hot deal at $63.
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Kaitlyn wrote: Would it be TOO big for small-batch cooking? I guess somewhat wasted space/heat but I imagine being oversized for the job is... fine?
If your small batch cooking task requires the lid with certain ratio of food/air (eg. rice), it may be too large. Otherwise, it doesn't make a difference whether small or large batch.
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milobloom wrote: In for one, thanks OP! A friend gave me a bread recipe that uses a dutch oven, I had been keeping my eye out on Kijiji but I might as well buy new at this price.
This one is a little big to make bread. Ideally you want to use a 3.5 Quart for bread

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