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Lodge Enameled Cast-Iron 3-Quart Dutch Oven Reviews

Cristina7

So far, so good

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I bought the Lodge 3-quart dutch oven about a week ago and have used it twice now for baking sourdough bread (soon I'll try short ribs).  So far, it's great.  Easy to clean, cooks evenly, feels sturdy.  Unlike the 3-quart Le Creuset dutch oven, the Lodge dutch oven is significantly more economical for those who aren't quite ready to take a $100+ plunge into this kind of cookware.     The only drawback is that the Lodge handle is only temperature safe until 400 degrees.  That means if you're pumping your oven higher than that, you have to unscrew the handle and go without it (which makes it very hard to take the top off to check on your progress) or you...
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