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Lodge Cast Iron Skillet, Pre-Seasoned and Ready for Stove Top or Oven Use, 10.25” $29.97

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[Amazon.ca] Lodge Cast Iron Skillet, Pre-Seasoned and Ready for Stove Top or Oven Use, 10.25” $29.97

Good price if you are looking for a smaller size Lodge cast iron skillet

While the 12” one is $39.97 https://www.amazon.ca/Lodge-L10SK3-12-I ... B00006JSUB
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Been this price for months, waiting for it to be $20 because I am cheap
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sushibucket wrote: Been this price for months, waiting for it to be $20 because I am cheap
Get the 12" as well... I've had both for a couple years and debating the 13.5" or the 15", fantastic pans for roasting stuff.
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FYI Winners in Vancouver had the 12" for $49.99
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Cast iron is like a dead end business as one last 4ever and they keep getting better and better. If for some reason someone want one and don't already have one this is a good deal but I would prefer the pro version.
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Focus wrote: Cast iron is like a dead end business as one last 4ever and they keep getting better and better. If for some reason someone want one and don't already have one this is a good deal but I would prefer the pro version.
How do they get better?
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vado66 wrote: FYI Winners in Vancouver had the 12" for $49.99
The 12in is $40 at Walmart regular price.
And it's $27 for the 10in at Home sense. And also $30 at Walmart.

This ain't a Hot Price.
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Wait for the border to reopen and buy in the US.
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dealo'day wrote: How do they get better?
Layers and layers of seasoning that just add up over time with each time you cook. That is how you end up with the natural non-stick coating.

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sushibucket wrote: Been this price for months, waiting for it to be $20 because I am cheap
After the prime day does not include Canada, you have wait for sometimes.
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kazryv wrote: Get the 12" as well... I've had both for a couple years and debating the 13.5" or the 15", fantastic pans for roasting stuff.
15" is great ... but it's quite cumbersome and heavy. Just something to think about ...
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I thought the user meant that they got better technology wise as opposed to through seasoning. Like one from 1940 is worse than one from 2020 but I guess I am mistaken
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These may be for some but I found out they weren't for me. I feel like the maintenance part is so much more time consuming than a stainless steel pan that I eventually lost my enthusiasm and stopped using it.
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sushibucket wrote: Been this price for months, waiting for it to be $20 because I am cheap
or wait for the combo set to go on sale, the lid is actually 10.25” as well
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anthony9 wrote: These may be for some but I found out they weren't for me. I feel like the maintenance part is so much more time consuming than a stainless steel pan that I eventually lost my enthusiasm and stopped using it.
The maintenance of it is definitely a consideration, but it's part of the routine now and I feel like the cook is easier than stainless.
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Personally, I don't really see what the maintenance really is with these pans. Cook with them and then clean them after. You don't have to fear soap or anything, we have used them for years with no issues. They can just be heavy at times.
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Havox07 wrote: Personally, I don't really see what the maintenance really is with these pans. Cook with them and then clean them after. You don't have to fear soap or anything, we have used them for years with no issues. They can just be heavy at times.
For ours, we dry it off after washing and add a couple drops of oil to it. With a non-cast iron pan, we just let it air dry on its own.
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jellytime wrote: For ours, we dry it off after washing and add a couple drops of oil to it. With a non-cast iron pan, we just let it air dry on its own.
I mean I guess you might want to manually dry it to some extent, but adding the oil isn't necessary, I occasionally might get some rust on the bottom of the pan where there isn't much seasoning. Hell mine usually just is left to air dry upside down in the sink.
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Regular price @ walmart: 12”: $40; 10¼”: $30; 8”: $25
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