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u/RealLifeNoRespawn · 5 pointsr/GifRecipes

Yep. Referring to cooking, not cleaning.

For cleaning, I use chainmail.


And to address the orangered envelopes that I'm certain I'm about to receive that always show up in number, without fail, when there are discussions regarding Cast Iron being had;

Cast iron, including it's seasoning, is pretty tough. People have this habit of treating it like the seasoning is going to be ruined if you look at it without anything other than pure adoration. I call those people Reddit Hipsters, because they only exist on Reddit, because they believe everything they read and because they take the things they read to the fullest possible extent. Reddit doesn't do much for the most part, but when it does, you'll be sure to have at least a dozen horses that were mercilessly beaten by a small horde of people proclaiming; "We did it, Reddit!"

They will also act like people on Tumblr, which I can say there is no word better to use here than simply 'triggered', by somehow managing to screech at you through nothing but mere text, if you ever even think about cooking tomatoes or tomato sauce in cast iron.

And here's the thing, they aren't wrong about it. It's more that they're just being completely ridiculous about it with the vast majority of them simply parroting what they've heard with such vigorous intensity that they end up cross-eyed, without ever experiencing the thing happening themselves. They're practically religious about it. You put a book in front of them while impressing great importance about the book and suddenly they're attending a church constructed of perfectly seasoned cast iron.

The only thing I don't do is wash them in the dishwasher with detergent, only because I've never had to do so, though I do believe detergent is quite corrosive. My mother washes all of her knives that way and then wonders why they dull so fast.

TL;DR - Don't imagine your spatula as a hatchet and your cast iron as a murderous tree. Don't put the cast iron on a pedestal. Don't be a half-brained parrot. Don't be Tumblr Reddit.

u/imawin · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

I use cast iron for most of my cooking. I have vintage Griswolds, so they are a bit lighter and have a smoother surface. They are still a bit heavy and my wife also prefers non-stick.

I think there's a lot of misinformation when it comes to cast iron care. They are definitely not dishwasher safe, but it is safe to use soap on them, as soaps today don't contain lye like they did years ago. And if you still choose to shy away from soap, a chainmail scrubber is the easiest way to clean stuck on bits, and won't damage the seasoning. Drying afterwards is definitely important but I feel putting on an oil coat after cleaning is mostly for cosmetics.

u/Funksultan · 1 pointr/GifRecipes

I'm late to the party on this one, but if you don't own it already, you have to buy the Makin Bacon. You can get it at amazon, Walmart, ebay... wherever you like.

If you're a bacon-eater, this is absolutely game-changing. Once you have your microwave dialed in, you can choose anywhere from chewy to absolutely brittle, or anywhere in-between.

This isn't a paid advertisement... but believe me, it's one of the best 2 items I've ever added to my kitchen.

u/1337hephaestus_sc2 · 38 pointsr/GifRecipes

See the full written recipe for this Pandesal here:

Pandesal Recipe

Want to slow down the video? Check it out on youtube if you'd like to control the play speed:

What's your favorite Filipino dish? If people vote for it, then I'll make it in the next video :D

Last week /u/isahoneypie requested Pancit, and we made it here:

If you're curious about the oven, it's a:
Rosewill R-HCO-15001 Infrared Halogen Convection Oven with Stainless Steel Extender Ring, 12.6-18 Quart, Healthy Low Fat Cooking

u/Amynthis · 29 pointsr/GifRecipes

I've got gloves like these, I use them pretty much any time I have to cut something now. I loved it when using a grater for cheese the other night, and again for cleaning said grater. It's nice not to have to worry about your fingers.

Here's the same type

u/FiveBookSet · 28 pointsr/GifRecipes

I've never made it without black vinegar, but I can't imagine it working out with any of those substitutes. You can just use Amazon though. Same for the dark soy sauce.

Honestly it's probably not worth it to make without those, I imagine it would be pretty disappointing. My mom always did that when I was a kid. "This recipe just isn't very good, I don't get it." but also "Well I didn't have x,y, or z, so I just substituted the closest thing I had."

u/MrFluffyThing · 9 pointsr/GifRecipes

As someone who tried for a while to recreate a Chinese dish from overseas, I researched the hell out of it. Turns out, most of the ingredients that I bought that were cheap and lasted forever and seemed like "specialty items" but actually were the most common things among any sort of asian cooking and could be crossed over to do asian fusion in traditional dishes. At the bare minimum I recommend Sesame oil, rice wine vinegar, and dark soy sauce.

I don't see dark soy sauce used in many recipes in gif form, but it's basically a condensed and sweetened soy sauce. It's very thick and almost thin syrup, but it has so many applications and is used heavily in traditional chinese and surrounding regions recipes. I can't ever find mine locally but you can buy an 18oz bottle on amazon for like $8. (link:

u/Busslerhustler · 1 pointr/GifRecipes

The Spiralizer isn't that expensive actually. Otherwise, this makes for a pretty good meal.

u/-QuestionMark- · 5 pointsr/GifRecipes

I never use soap/detergent on my cast iron. If something gets burned onto the pan I use something like this to scrape it off under warm water. Works great. Then I dry the pan, put it back on the burner and put a tiny amount of oil in it, wiping it down with a paper towel to cover all of the inside surface. Heat it up until it justttt starts to smoke then turn the burner off.

u/guff1988 · 5 pointsr/GifRecipes

My Full Home Fryer kit

Container and strainer in one


Fryer - Easy to clean and use/cheap (Dishwasher safe)

Spider - Do not use the crappy basket that comes with the fryer, use this to remove things instead

Thermometer - Never trust the built in one.

u/Jahonay · -1 pointsr/GifRecipes

If you're eating out most nights at restaurants and not preparing meals at home, and you're admittedly wasteful, and you're cooking very basic meals, then yeah it's totally cool to go this route.

But a cast iron pan is without a doubt the best choice for a pan otherwise. On amazon they're only 15$, you're also getting a pan that will last you the rest of your existence, and then you can give it to your kids for their entire existence (not that I endorse having children, global warming is a thing). Regardless you have a pan that you can use as a nonstick skillet, it can go in the oven, it can withstand very high heat, it can be used over a fire, it's a weapon, it doesn't have any of the same dangers as Teflon pans, and it's basically immortal.

nonstick pans are dangerous, so a pan is not a pan. A cast iron will not suffer those effects.

If you season and keep a cast iron dry then it's going to be nonstick, it's going to last longer than nonstick, it's safer, it's cheaper, and it's less wasteful than buying new pans every other year.

u/dirtyjoo · 1 pointr/GifRecipes

I get Mina Harissa from Fresh Market, its pretty decent, though I'm partial to making my own these days.

u/MrMallow · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

Why not just buy it off of American Amazon? I buy books off of the UK one all the time, so it shouldn't be an issue. I have bought this cheese a few times, its quite good.

u/FlyingPhotog · 4 pointsr/GifRecipes

It's not steel wool. It's one of these:

It does a great job at not removing oils or grease while still cleaning the pan.

u/spate42 · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

you'd save a lot of time if you got yourself a banana slicer

u/unbelizeable1 · 1 pointr/GifRecipes

I've personally never had a problem in all my years in the kitchen, but I understand some people do, which is why I wrote that second sentence. They're even quite cheap on Amazon. Grab yourself a pair.

u/Revlis-TK421 · 3 pointsr/GifRecipes

They are a thing.

They are virtually non-abrasive at the micro-scratch level as compared to say steel wool, being hard yet smooth. They grind off charred bits on the cast iron without scratching.

Still not a believer?

Jump to 38 seconds for castiron

Essentially they slide smoothly on the metal doing 0 damage but they knock free any caked-on char, stripping it but not the seasoning off.

u/FriendVriendin · 31 pointsr/GifRecipes

What book?

edit: The Food Lab. Thanks u/Imnotveryfunatpartys

u/ILoveFckingMattDamon · 5 pointsr/GifRecipes

For sure! Here's the one I got. I probably won't start making it until fall, but I didn't want to forget!

u/impudentllama · 1 pointr/GifRecipes

I'm not sure of the brand used in the gif, but this dutch oven from Lodge has served me well for the last couple of years.


I've also seen a few people mention finding them cheaper online and at big box stores (my parents got one from Costco or Sam's for about $30).

u/cyanpineapple · 1 pointr/GifRecipes

Ugh, I feel guilty linking to this twice in one thread, but I really liked this one.

u/boysenberries · 0 pointsr/GifRecipes

Not sure if you are serious or not.. It can be found in most supermarkets in the baking section, or you could try organic foods stores. Amazon holds the stuff as well:

u/furryscrotum · 15 pointsr/GifRecipes

Not sure if you are serious or not.. It can be found in most supermarkets in the baking section, or you could try organic foods stores. Amazon holds the stuff as well:

u/Oranges13 · 38 pointsr/GifRecipes

Rosewill R-HCO-15001 Infrared Halogen Convection Oven with Stainless Steel Extender Ring, 12.6-18 Quart, Healthy Low Fat Cooking

u/randy_dingo · 1 pointr/GifRecipes

Posted by u/Oranges13 above,

"Rosewill R-HCO-15001 Infrared Halogen Convection Oven with Stainless Steel Extender Ring, 12.6-18 Quart, Healthy Low Fat Cooking


u/Zbignich · 26 pointsr/GifRecipes

30 USD on Amazon. Plenty of different models to pick from.

u/RichardHedd · 3 pointsr/GifRecipes

Except for the whole part where anyone, who has any basic knowledge of cooking, knows you can get scratch-resistant non-stick pans ( Teflon itself isn't scratch resistant.

u/lunarmodule · 8 pointsr/GifRecipes

That device is called a spiralizer and it makes long, curly, almost pasta-like strands out of vegetables. Here is an example.

u/juggerthunk · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

This will also work.

Plus, add some garlic and onion powder.

u/DietCokeYummie · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

Hell, this guy is $25 and works great indoors or outdoors (assuming you have an outlet outside).

Safety aside, why waste expensive charcoal just to fry something?

u/RSHeavy · 0 pointsr/GifRecipes

I used something like this that I just stuck in the microwave. Did the job for me.

u/darkgrey · 1 pointr/GifRecipes

Holy smokes, ya'll nuts.

Serious Eats is science based, headed by J Kenji Lopez-Alt, and he just recently put out a book the size of a bible, and should be treated as one also.

The diagram demonstrating the subtle differences from this article is also present in the book:

u/Darklyte · 7 pointsr/GifRecipes

I didn't know she had a cookbook. When I look for recipes, /u/j_kenji_lopez-alt is my first choice (and his book, his serious eats) but he doesn't really do desserts. Bravetart is professionally a pastry nerd and I've been using her primarily for desserts recently. When I found out she had a cookbook I ordered it immediately!

u/gsfgf · 1 pointr/GifRecipes

I've had this one for a few years. It handles everything I've thrown at it with no problem.

u/mbp231 · 14 pointsr/GifRecipes

I kind of hated deep frying. I used to deep fry wings in my old Griswold dutch oven until I just didn't want to deal with the upkeep of the oil. I had a tiny deep fryer for a while, but hated the capacity. Normal baking will kind of get you some sort of semblance of a decent rubbery, slightly soggy wing. I did switch over to this baking powder method a few years ago after seeing it from Chef John. I will say that it's the best method other than deep frying.

However earlier this month though I bought a T-fal FR8000. So far it's been a game changer. This fryer filters and stores the oil beneath the oil tank making it a wholly self contained unit. I usually have wings a few times a month, but I'm not crazy about paying the premium in money, time, and inconvenience to go out to have properly deep fried wings. Granted it's still a little inconvenient since I fry in the garage to keep the smell contained.