If you’re only going to have one piece of cooking hardware in your kitchen it should be a cast iron skillet. Cast iron has been used for cooking as early as the Han Dynasty because they’re durable, retain heat and can be non-stick with a healthy coating of seasoning. You probably have one in your kitchen right now. Odds are it’s older than you are. If it’s not, it still probably looks identical to the one your great, great grandmother used for cooking ages ago. Everything that was wrong with the original (not naturally non-stick, horrible handle, impossible to pour) has been improved on by Finex. The 12″ skillet has an octagonal shape to make pouring easy. The handle is a giant spring, so it’s easier to hold and dissipates heat quickly. The inside is CNC machined for better non-stick and cleaning properties. The Finex Cast Iron Skillet is the best thing to happen to food preparation since the original cast iron skillet.
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