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How To Cook With Cast Iron

How To Cook With Cast Iron

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37 Comments

  • exscythed on February 27, 2019

    this video only confirmed to me this is not the pan for me… but props to all who enjoy cast iron!

  • toresanderify on February 27, 2019

    But I have a wooden handle 😂 can I still have it in the oven?

  • David Skriletz on February 27, 2019

    If you cook with cast iron you're cooking with love!

  • Jacob Harrington on February 27, 2019

    Put tin foil under when u bake it. On the next grate

  • freakjob0 on February 27, 2019

    After seeing this video, I just bought a teflon pan…and a hooker.

  • Mihael Georgiev on February 27, 2019

    I love listening to this song while I cook @jHzo and you?

  • graffix21 on February 27, 2019

    I think I rather have another child, they are easier to care for! 😂

  • Chris Longski on February 27, 2019

    I live in the South. You are telling us utterly nothing ! Cast iron cookware is a way of life.

  • Texas P Renegade on February 27, 2019

    The myth that using soap will remove the seasoning needs to die.

  • Todd Hudson on February 27, 2019

    Her "upspeak" makes it really difficult to listen to her.

  • Cornbread Millionaire on February 27, 2019

    Thanks for this video! I LOVE cooking my Homemade Self-Rising Cornbread in my cast iron pan.  Always thoroughly cooked with crust edges.   Recipe video with link to printable recipe on my channel.  I take good care of my cookware!  Will last for generations.

  • Abhishek Sengupta on February 27, 2019

    i cringed when she cleaned the seasoned pan with soap..

  • Wannabe Healthy on February 27, 2019

    Great video. Thank you.

  • Faux Shizle on February 27, 2019

    Missed a bit of rust there………sucky cleaning before seasoning

  • Karen Rideout on February 27, 2019

    I love cast iron and have several different pans. What I found interesting about your video is that the pan being rinsed wasn't the same pan shown in the beginning of the video or after it was placed back on the burner after rinsing.

  • Joe Joe on February 27, 2019

    “Seasoning” is a myth. You never need to season a pan. Just cook in it. It’ll take on the coating you’re looking for. That said, there’s not much point to a cast iron skillet. They’re inefficient and you can get a good seat from other, more efficient materials.

  • Knicks Fan on February 27, 2019

    I always go straight from the stove to sink to wash, much easier to clean while still hot. Only had 1 crack over the years, and thats because cold water was used. Also frying French frys from time to time keeps them seasoned up pretty well.

  • Nona Yobiz on February 27, 2019

    lol…this was great! Thank you!

  • wilsen twins on February 27, 2019

    If it can survive pochinki, thats my pan.

  • Harry Stratton on February 27, 2019

    THE biggest attribute of cast iron is it's ability to sear better than any other pan . (Even a $ 200.00 pan on a 16,000 BTU burner )
    BUT , it wont pre heat evenly on the stove . PUT IT into a 500 degree oven for 20 minutes to get it screaming hot and then move to stove burner and sear . Even scallops (that have been water plumped) can be caramelized and a steak (PRE cooked to desired degree ) can be finish seared in 30 seconds per side , perfectly .
    MY BASIC diet is vegetarian BUT (SO) when I take a special meal it needs to be Excellent to warrant the digression .

  • Harry Stratton on February 27, 2019

    That green pad at beginning IS a scratch pad , just more like 120 sand paper . ( you can polish a high carbon knife with it IF you just 'sand' in length direction).

  • Cindy McIntyre on February 27, 2019

    Except for boiled foods I cook everything in my cast iron. Crisco is the best for seasoning, and cheaper than flaxseed oil.

  • John Bryant on February 27, 2019

    What? Wash cast iron? If you washed my cast iron I would toss you out of my house on your head! The way to clean cast iron is scrap and heat till it smokes, oil and let cool.

  • Danny Hayes on February 27, 2019

    Why does ad he talk like everything is a question

  • Eibol on February 27, 2019

    the laugh at the end says it all :/

  • Ruschka Pocklington on February 27, 2019

    Fantastic video, thanks so much. My major problem has always been getting them dry enough and now I know not to be scared to heat the heck out of them. On that note, I assume your degrees are Fahrenheit not Celsius?

  • Google User on February 27, 2019

    Cast Iron is a great pan to use. Keep using your non stick you whiners causing cancer pan. Geez its not alot of work. big babies.

  • Bonn Stevens on February 27, 2019

    It also helps if you have issues with blood iron.

  • Maddog on February 27, 2019

    Loving a good woman is one thing.. finding one, not going to happen.

  • Knee Dragging on February 27, 2019

    How to cook with a pubg pan

  • abarronboy on February 27, 2019

    I’m always willing to give.

  • Roku Tv on February 27, 2019

    Woman buy this for there first time camping trip, it's only for the weekend girls, and the fast food place is just down the road..but I'm the sucker, because I'm the only who married her.. (well, in all fairness ,let's just say I didn't marry her for her cooking skills or brains) if you know what I mean

  • Leslie Arnelle TV on February 27, 2019

    greatly appreciated . thank you 🙂

  • James Mason on February 27, 2019

    Interesting how popular this post is and she has this huge captive audience yet she places no focus on the health aspect while cooking.
    In regards to your health 2 things…
    conventional Canola oil is the greatest of the top 3 GMO oils along with corn and soybean. Also…. once an oil starts to smoke it is burning and it’s a proven carcinogen at that point along with any animal fats that are cooked and smoke and become burnt. Browning is ok and is not the same as black which became a hydrocarbon.

  • EllieIsStupid on February 27, 2019

    What are they adding to the sausages at 0:17? Looks like cream but it seems to just boil away.

  • Eigil markeprand on February 27, 2019

    Jeg er en Egrilll!!!!! jeg elsker katte

  • Melody Miller on February 27, 2019

    I thought the content was pretty good, but the "up-speak" got on my nerves!!