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    Default Using Coconut Oil to Season Cast Iron Pans & Condition Wooden Cutting Boards

    Jessica Espinoza
    September 21, 2013

    There are literally hundreds of uses for 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.

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    Default Re: Using Coconut Oil to Season Cast Iron Pans & Condition Wooden Cutting Boards

    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!
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