Cast Iron Cookware
Cast iron cookware boasts many benefits that even the most high-tech cookware doesn’t have, such as being naturally nonstick and releasing no harmful chemicals into your food. In addition, cast iron cookware can last a lifetime if properly cared for—or even several lifetimes! Although they’re considered a staple in some kitchens, cast iron skillets aren’t just for cooking breakfast anymore. Cast iron skillets are easy to care for and maintain their heating properties for an extended period of time, making them ideal options to sear meat, sauté vegetables or bake desserts. With proper care and use, these pans can last generations. It’s important to understand how they work and how you can make them work best for you, if properly seasoned, cast-iron cookware releases food effortlessly without sticking or burning.
Plus, its natural nonstick surface means you don’t have to worry about harmful chemicals that could be emitted into your food during heating and cooking processes.