I’ve recently purchased a cast iron red casserole cookware. I’ve been told that there’s a manufacturer lifetime warranty to the product but I am not sure how that works. How can a cookware break unless you drop it while holding or transporting the casserole dish? If you break it intentionally, will I be able to get a refund?
Apparently cast iron is extremely safe even at high temperatures and doesn’t emit any dangerous toxins. Its suitable for any type of cooking, on the hob and in the oven. Its robust, durable and withstands wear and tear associated with todays cooking.It’s very efficient, retaining its heat and so requiring lower temperatures.It looks great so can be taken from the oven to the table. The cookware seems to be able to last for a long time to come too! Perhaps I can pass it down to the next generation once I stop baking.
Anyway, the reason I purchase it is because I want to use it for my bread baking. It seems that a dutch oven is essential to producing outstanding rustic bread. It costs a bomb but I managed to get a 20% discount because I discovered a chip on the cover. So it’s all worth it. I can’t wait to start baking with it!