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Old 01-16-2012, 11:00 AM   #24
Working the Gusset
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True, at times they may not be as convenient as nonstick, but they last longer, cook better, they make great weapons, you don't have to use only certain types of cookware with them, and if you take care of them they will last your lifetime and well beyond.

As long as you are careful to clean them properly and DON'T allow water to remain on them any length of time they will serve you well forever. Even if they do end up starting to rust they can be cleaned back into sevice, but you want to avoid it to start with though. My g-grandmothers (100+ yr old) dutch oven is begging to slow cook a pot roast, but I haven't been able to splurge on one in a long time.
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