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After the iron cookware is cast in the traditional method, a glass particulate called "frit" is applied. This is all baked in ovens between 1200 and 1400ºF, causing the frit to transform into a smooth porcelain surface that is bonded to the iron.
Wash and dry cookware before first use. If cookware includes rubber bumpers, set aside and keep for storage.
The porcelain (glass) finish is hard, but can be chipped if banged or dropped. Interior protection must be used to prevent chipping if cookware is stacked.
There is no exposed cast iron on your enameled cookware. The black cooking surfaces, pot rims and lid rims are matte porcelain.
Use on gas, electric, ceramic, and induction cooktops. Always lift cookware to move.
Bake or broil in any conventional or convection oven. Stainless knobs and cookware are oven safe to 500°F.
The heat retention of cast iron and the benefits of porcelain combine to perform many cooking techniques, including sautéing, frying, searing, braising, stewing, roasting, broiling and baking.
Porcelain enamel is resistant to acidic and alkaline foods and can be used to marinate and refrigerate.
Do not use in microwave...