How To Cook With Cast Iron

Kev Bear-Foot Mason
Kev Bear-Foot Mason

canola oil is really unhealthy for the body, does the oil you use effect the food you cook later ? can you use avocado or coconut oil

Hour ago
The End
The End

i dont even cook why am i here

10 hours ago
ryanjohnson110
ryanjohnson110

Beautiful woman

2 days ago
Javicc
Javicc

I have one that belonged to my grandmother!! It has like 60 years and I use it almost everyday

2 days ago
Nick's Stuff
Nick's Stuff

Temperature: is it in °F?

2 days ago
Cady Mello
Cady Mello

As a lazy college student I actually like cast iron the best. It’s really not that hard to take care of once you learn what to do. HOWEVER I will add that you should NOT cool artichokes in cast iron. I made a stew/soup once with artichokes in it so I wasn’t even roasting them in the pan and while I was eating with my mom she noticed my teeth were gray/Black. We googled it and the iron reacts with the artichokes to turn them black. It doesn’t taste bad but it looks real gross and it did color my teeth and I had to brush them a couple times before they were cleaned off. Learn from me and don’t cook artichokes in cast iron.

2 days ago
Aurora's Vlog
Aurora's Vlog

cast iron is bad for your blood....

3 days ago
Miles Edgeworth
Miles Edgeworth

You need to season your cast-iron once in awhile, its heavy as hell, it rusts, requires special rituals on cleaning, iron is a poor conductor/insulator so heat will not only be unevenly spread it'll also be unresponsive to changes in heat, if you buy one today it won't be truly non-stick for another few generations because it depends entirely on how many seasonings it has, and acidic foods like tomatoes can cause the iron to come off and stain your food. There's no point to it unless you're really into cooking beef or living with only one pan in your kitchen. Otherwise, there are better options. Price isn't an argument anymore because you can buy a Teflon or SS pan for 19 dollars. They're much more useful than cast-iron skillets and not as annoying to care for. Cast-Iron lasts forever because people actually go this far to take care of it. If you take care of your other pots and pans it'll last just as long. Cast-iron skillets are like Nokia phones. Durable and gets the job done. When it comes to anything beyond its just a needless burden. Just get different pans that serve different needs.

3 days ago
Raphael Chen
Raphael Chen

Well, the only time I saw a cast iron pan was when this guy shot it with a bunch of real life pubg guns.

3 days ago
SKDK
SKDK

I didn't think it was too much. I grew up learning to cook with cast iron. Even our grill is cast iron and you bess believe that bad boy is for smoking. No outdoor stove er- I mean "gas grills" over here.

3 days ago
Joshua
Joshua

Is it Celsius or Fahrenheit

3 days ago
mslily
mslily

No offense but how is this "easy"

3 days ago
Saamia Khaled
Saamia Khaled

3:10 looks like the moon😂😂

3 days ago
Tridentgumisgood
Tridentgumisgood

The saying at the end should be "The more you have, the more you'll give."

5 days ago
Margo Torzsa
Margo Torzsa

i wish they mentioned that you need to use a high heat oil. every time i cooked with mine i smoked the house up

5 days ago
burndog79
burndog79

To uplader: Great video. Thank you for sharing To asshole commenters: from the words of Luis CK ... what is holding up your suicide?

5 days ago
nod snickwah
nod snickwah

the more you give the more you get back huh never thought of that but I suppose it's true and biblical Great video I have a cast-iron pan that I rarely use it's a small one and you helped me so bless you your husband is the luckiest man alive

6 days ago
Jetsfool27
Jetsfool27

This is a once in a blue moon kinda thing huh Almost 2 hours for *1* dish

6 days ago
Carmen Schuler
Carmen Schuler

I'm pretty sure as you're applying oil for that pan that I can see layers of rust am I wrong I don't think so that's gross

7 days ago
MrCervantesent
MrCervantesent

Fantastic tip(s) when having to meal prep every Sunday. :)

7 days ago
GG27
GG27

Wash with water and nothing else do not use dish soap!!!!!!!!!!!!!

7 days ago
Frank Henderson
Frank Henderson

let it cool on the stove top before storing it or let it cool on the hot burner?

8 days ago
Luke Algordo
Luke Algordo

I cant watch this video without thinking about PUBG

9 days ago
Vertigo Dream
Vertigo Dream

All I do i after each use is wash it with a sponge and put it aside. This vid is nuts.

9 days ago
PEPPYY22
PEPPYY22

that was worth it for the end

9 days ago
Kiyamlol
Kiyamlol

lol too much work XD

9 days ago
Teodorina
Teodorina

I'm here from clyde honestly

10 days ago
Raunak Karmacharya
Raunak Karmacharya

"It is like loving a good woman...." hahahahaha...great video. Thank you for the humor. :)

10 days ago
Lirael Nix
Lirael Nix

Thank god for english captions. I can't stand her voice anymore

10 days ago
Frank Steen
Frank Steen

Why does her voice pitch go up when she’s making a statement?

11 days ago
T Cake
T Cake

I'm sooo happy this was in my recommend! I thought I ruined my mum's pan 😅

11 days ago
Joshua Mwaniki
Joshua Mwaniki

yes folks it really is that simple... :(

11 days ago
rewrite123
rewrite123

For the love of god, don’t wash them with soap when you clean them. It ruins the sooty oils on the surface. My set was used by my great great grandparents. They are awesome, and are always great. Definetly recomend getting one, especially the old ones that you find at markets.

11 days ago
SingDanceKC
SingDanceKC

I'm sure food cooked in cast iron is much healthier, but this is way too much work!

12 days ago
TheSlushy
TheSlushy

If you had a steak similar in size to the one at 3:32 - how long would you cook it on each side for?

12 days ago
Doo Doo
Doo Doo

Looks like too much work

12 days ago
Dion1957
Dion1957

OR,...get some take out!

13 days ago
aeonjoey
aeonjoey

oh man, thanks so much for making this video - i did this a year and a half ago and my pan was good to go for that whole time following the instructions of using kosher salt to scrub, and oiling and smoking again. then i ruined the pan and it started getting black char on all the meats we cooked in it and wouldn't take oil anymore, i'm glad i remembered this video, going to do the process again from start to finish. it made it last over a year, thank you!!

13 days ago
Sporting1210
Sporting1210

hm...so i should start seasoning my good woman? I have my doubts she will appreciate it, but let's see what happens. Pretty sure she will love the oily part, but not the heating. But hey - if she lasts a lifetime then, totally worth it.

13 days ago
syud saad
syud saad

I love your voice.

13 days ago
Mariel Quevedo
Mariel Quevedo

This is great info but it does NOTHING to make me less intimidated or to feel like taking care of cast iron is “simple.” There are like 19 steps and 25 products I don’t own (steel wool? Flaxseed oil? Eight buckets of salt every time I use a pan?). There are also 750,000 warnings. It might rust, it might crack, food will stick, rancid oil, gotta time that cleaning PERFECTLY, don’t get it wet, don’t feed it after midnight...

14 days ago
Mia
Mia

genius comment LOL

2 days ago
John Baumgartner
John Baumgartner

same, i almost feel like they say "oh it lasts forever and you'll never need to rebuy new pans every 5-7 years" but not i have to spend probably more money buying oils and salt for 5-7 years so whats the point haha

3 days ago
Nancy Stephens-King
Nancy Stephens-King

Right?! I LMAO when she said "don't feed after midnight!" I love the salt & olive oil idea and I'm sticking with that! Thanks for the great idea!

6 days ago
Daisy Rothschild
Daisy Rothschild

:D It's not that bad. Get a second hand one from an antique store. Look for one that's shiny inside and no signs of rust. Then you can experiment and it won't be so scary. My grandma seasoned hers just by scrubbing the inside, then wiping a good layer of Crisco on it, putting in the oven very low temp like 200 for an hour. Take it out, let it cool. Just put the oil in before cooking. For cleaning, I learned in Spain they only used olive oil and salt to scrub it (or sand at the river for large Paella pans.) Get a big bag of salt from like the dollar store. It's cheap. Wipe it out with a paper towel, rub with a little more oil and voila! Try it, it's fun. (Mine gets fed after midnight... if I'm hungry. :) )

9 days ago
Jing Ilin
Jing Ilin

the more you give, the more she gives back ... hahahahaha...so, be careful what you give to a woman. If you give a lot of s***, ... 😂😂😂😂😂😂

14 days ago
dood poop
dood poop

Thanks :^ D

14 days ago
Mike Andrews
Mike Andrews

HOPE YOU LIKE OLIVE OIL. That's what I say to people who want cast iron. I prefer the flavor of the food itself, so I use ultra nonstick pans.

14 days ago
Paul Grimm
Paul Grimm

You have lovely hands. Thanks

15 days ago
floydpros
floydpros

Left over bacon fat to season. Best thing I’ve found so far and doesn’t go bad like one would expect. Can even fry eggs without using oil

15 days ago
Kyle
Kyle

I save my bacon grease and use that to season it after every time I cook with it

15 days ago
Monkey King
Monkey King

How do you season it if you don’t have an oven?

16 days ago
John Spartan
John Spartan

Who put a bunch of question marks on the prompter for her to read?

16 days ago
I3_Legit
I3_Legit

Subscribed. Have been cooking steak with a cast iron skillet. This video was very informative on how to take proper care of the skillet

16 days ago
Jane Thornton
Jane Thornton

Can I cook on a glass top stove with With Cast iron...

16 days ago
William Batzle
William Batzle

A plastic brush with a plastic scraper is better than steel wool. It takes more work but it doesn’t scrape off the seasoning.

16 days ago
Tom Bombadil
Tom Bombadil

If you cook with it everyday, the first seasoning is the only important thing. No need to reapply oil and stove proofing after every cook.

16 days ago
J. Smith
J. Smith

Too much work; microwaving is easier.

18 days ago
Sharpshooter12345
Sharpshooter12345

Works best with natural gas.

18 days ago
TheLovie999
TheLovie999

Works best with an induction stove. From cold to glowing hot within thirty seconds.

4 days ago
aeonjoey
aeonjoey

yeah but when all you got is electric, it works well too, we cook all meats in ours - bought it rusted to a dusty pulp - restored it and it's lasted a year and a half, doing this again to it. i love making steak in it!

13 days ago
Kwame72
Kwame72

ok, I commented before the finish of the video---well before--great job!

18 days ago
Kwame72
Kwame72

Nice job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks, and you ain't even a southern country girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

18 days ago
Farty Person
Farty Person

For some reason my butt was dancing

19 days ago
Russ N
Russ N

I really thought that every part of this video was amazing. Script, timing, narration, visuals, etc. well done.

19 days ago
J. McCarty
J. McCarty

So informative! I loved the end of this! 😂❤️

19 days ago
Ethan Fair
Ethan Fair

I've been making that loving a good woman analogy for years

19 days ago
TexasRose50
TexasRose50

On rare occasion when something sticks to mine, I just put some warm water with some Dawn dish soap and let it set for awhile, while I clean the stove top. Then I put it in the dish water, use a cloth to wash it. Then I put it on the stove, let it dry, as shown on this video. Then I put olive oil in it, wipe it down really good, inside and out. Then wife off all excess oil. And I'm done! But yes, this is a good video on how to cook, clean and season cast iron. I just don't use the oven. But all is good here.

19 days ago
TexasRose50
TexasRose50

I hate auto correct!! That should be WIPE not wife.

19 days ago
Evan Park
Evan Park

thats seems a lot of work 😭

20 days ago
Gabe Schoenfeld
Gabe Schoenfeld

nonstick induction for the win

20 days ago
Camille Rong
Camille Rong

how often do you need to season?

20 days ago
David Harrison
David Harrison

Great video, I don't like it when people talk a lot before the titled objective. You get right to the heart of the topic. Thank you.

20 days ago
JFomo
JFomo

Jebus so much work. I would be happy pay someone to clean and season a pan for me.

20 days ago
Kwizt
Kwizt

Lately I've been using it to kill people online.

20 days ago
Viju'sFoodandHealth/ಸಸ್ಯಾಹಾರಿ
Viju'sFoodandHealth/ಸಸ್ಯಾಹಾರಿ

So useful

20 days ago
Becca Swan
Becca Swan

Half of this video wasn’t even cooking.

21 day ago
Emily P.
Emily P.

Nooooo no dish soap! 😬 oil, water and salt

21 day ago
Know Nothing
Know Nothing

Great video up until the last line. Doesn't matter how you love a woman, they will always rip your heart out and take (at least) half your shit and/or kids, and ruin your rep on the way out. Love your cookware instead, the only thing that might get burned is a meal. There are no good women, just those good at deception.

21 day ago
Андрей Миллер
Андрей Миллер

5:11 penis clean

22 days ago
Snapography
Snapography

This is ridiculous, you are way over complicating things. Cook, swipe down, store. That will build up a great seasoning.

22 days ago
Random Poop
Random Poop

Hey Tasty, what happens if its preseasoned? Is it a scam?

23 days ago
DylanPlays GT
DylanPlays GT

Is it bulletproof?

23 days ago
Emmanuel R.
Emmanuel R.

PUBG

24 days ago
Dina Mulic
Dina Mulic

Soo informative and to the point. Thanks so much for fantastic to-the point video!!

25 days ago
Evie
Evie

Wtf is vocal fry?

25 days ago
Monkey_Butt1026
Monkey_Butt1026

Sooo at this moment in time my house has smoked us out😂😂

25 days ago
Joe Arabia
Joe Arabia

Speaks too fast. Can't keep up with her.

25 days ago
Aaditya Sarkar
Aaditya Sarkar

I want to love you ,,,,, are you a good woman ?????

26 days ago
Elisa Yazidi
Elisa Yazidi

Thank you for this great video! ❤️Cast iron pans really get better with age, it's great to know that I will never have to throw away mine. 😃 I can recommend the cast iron skillets from Velosan. All their cast iron pans have a coating-free and nonstick surface. Their cast iron cookware products come pre-seasoned with a natural layer of fat, no added chemicals. They are of great quality and totally worth it! 😍http://velosan.com/?lang=en

26 days ago
Brett Kelley
Brett Kelley

ONE VERY IMPORTANT DETAIL!!! Make sure to put the oil in before you heat it, because it may catch fire. Learned this the hard way.

26 days ago
Clint M
Clint M

Here are some more helpful tips for cast iron users. A plastic putty knife (buy them in a pack or 5) will take care of 95% of the cleaning, use them to wipe/scrape out the mess while still warm. After years of use, or whenever you need to clean back to metal to season a outside charcoal grill does the job with little hassle between 550*-700* using my Akorn grill I have cleaned, and seasoned several cast iron skillets. Don't be scared of cast iron cookware, use it for life !!

26 days ago
Lorenzo Perez
Lorenzo Perez

Next Video(s): The Best Bolognese Sauce, The Best Bread, Croissants, The Perfect Sponge Cake, The Perfect Vanilla Ice Cream, The Best Biscuits (Scones), The Perfect Apple Pie

26 days ago
Ethan Vo
Ethan Vo

Thank you so much for this amazing video!

26 days ago
puremongrel
puremongrel

Get rid of the pan non stick???

26 days ago
Amardeep Bhanot
Amardeep Bhanot

PUBG lawsuit Incoming

26 days ago
S.L Jones
S.L Jones

What the fuck?!?

27 days ago
roy arguello
roy arguello

Thumbs up for loving a good woman 😀🤣😂😀😍

27 days ago
proxima p
proxima p

Only flip a steak once. good video ty! 5*

27 days ago
Malcolm Agee
Malcolm Agee

If u have a gas oven with a burning pilot, that's a good place for storage! My grandmother always kept hers in the oven... I figured out why once I had cast iron...

27 days ago
Madi B
Madi B

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR MAKING THIS AMAZING VIDEO!!!

27 days ago
jon c
jon c

Is basically what my grandmother showed me many many years ago.

27 days ago
sporto100
sporto100

Try cleaning pan with salt and oil. Skip the water and reheat step.

27 days ago
sporto100
sporto100

Please please don't use canola oil for anything related to your food. It's not meant to be eaten. It was created as a commercial lubricant called Canadian oil grade a. Canola destroys your body. Google how it's made will turn your stomach.

27 days ago
Iowarail
Iowarail

I used Castrol 20w-50 on mine.

28 days ago
Student Emma Anderson
Student Emma Anderson

OMG I LOVE YALLS INSTAGRAM!!!

28 days ago
Farid Pore
Farid Pore

Lot of work to keep cast iron appliance

28 days ago

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