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    That makes sense, but I'm sure they said the same thing about putting a razor in a vibratory tumbler.

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    I believe Dwarvenchef would be correct on that.But on on that note,if you get on you tube,there is a video about making razors at the Dovo factory and one of the steps in manufacturing..involves electrolosis.I still wouldn't try it though unless the blade were a loser.

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    Sounds like an experiment is in order.

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    We seem to be diverging from the topic of cast iron pans?
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    Sorry bout that...we started by talking about using electrolosis to remove the pre seasoning off the new modern Lodge Logic cast iron.

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    I have a 10" cast iron skillet I purchased at Academy a few years ago, and I absolutely love it. I had it all the way black and seasoned, then my wife decided she needed to clean it after frying some hamburger. It's gonna take a long time to reseason it...

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    Saturday morning is a fine time for cast iron skillets.

    I asked my daughter to fry some eggs for me this morning as a joke - we have guards on the stove so she can't turn on the fire, but I didn't think she'd actually try to do it. When I finally crawled out of bed and stumbled to the kitchen, I saw she'd grabbed a stool so she could reach the stove, and decided to use a strainer with a handle (I guess it looks like a cooking pot) and had cracked an egg into it. The yolk had run down into the gas burners and was sticky all over everything. I had a great laugh, but my wife wasn't quite as pleased. Such is life right? But then I cooked her some proper breakfast in the cast iron and all was right in the the hoglahoo world again
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoglahoo View Post
    Saturday morning is a fine time for cast iron skillets.

    I asked my daughter to fry some eggs for me this morning as a joke - we have guards on the stove so she can't turn on the fire, but I didn't think she'd actually try to do it. When I finally crawled out of bed and stumbled to the kitchen, I saw she'd grabbed a stool so she could reach the stove, and decided to use a strainer with a handle (I guess it looks like a cooking pot) and had cracked an egg into it. The yolk had run down into the gas burners and was sticky all over everything. I had a great laugh, but my wife wasn't quite as pleased. Such is life right? But then I cooked her some proper breakfast in the cast iron and all was right in the the hoglahoo world again
    Outstanding I have a picture of my daughter age 3 or 4 at the stove on a chair with my apron on "Making Spagettii" she had my stock pot on the range and was playing at cooking Love that pic

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    I have some cast iron pans from the 60ies and 70ies that I inherited from my parents. I donít remember the brand but they are made in Norway. I use them all the time. I used them this morning for eggs and bacon.


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    Many different sizes of Lodge Cast Iron, seasoned to perfection ! Love blackening steak, fish and chickin in mine !

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