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Then I think it is faulty. I have never had hot spots in my LC enamel cast iron

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Posted to Thread #30011 at 10:27 pm on Dec 6, 2017

and this citation indicates that cast iron is famous for not doing that, as opposed to stainless steel or steel.
Heat, be it high or low, is cast iron’s best friend. Although it takes its time to heat up, once it’s there, it’s there to stay. This makes it a great tool for searing or browning meat. In addition, this metal tends not to create “hot spots”,


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