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Islander
09-21-13, 08:56 PM
Jessica Espinoza
September 21, 2013

There are literally hundreds of uses for coconut oil (http://healthimpactnews.com/2012/how-to-use-coconut-oil-there-are-hundreds-of-uses-of-coconut-oil/) and the list only continues to grow. In addition to being part of a healthy diet and used for a wide variety of beauty applications, you can also use coconut oil for a number of other things as well. One of the ways that I use coconut oil in my home is for seasoning my cast iron pans and conditioning my wooden cutting boards.

Read more: http://healthimpactnews.com/2013/how-to-use-coconut-oil-for-seasoning-cast-iron-pans-and-conditioning-wooden-cutting-boards/

Islander
09-21-13, 11:01 PM
Other fats can be used; I think lard is the one I usually hear of. It's the cheapest for me since I raise the pigs. The oven treatment is standard. And I never wash and rarely even rinse mine. At best, I wipe it out with a paper towel. I've a small one for eggs that hasn't been washed in years... I just add a tiny dab of butter. A well-seasoned pan has a permanent non-stick surface!