If you use cast iron cook wear on a regular basis, you know that taking care of it presents challenges that don’t exist with other types of cook wear. In order for cast iron to cook properly, it needs to be seasoned. In order to keep it seasoned, it needs to be cleaned and stored a certain way. Because of this, a well-seasoned pan will have a slight oily surface, making the pans difficult to stack unless you don’t mind grease getting all over the bottoms of each pan and potentially ruining the seasoned surface.
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