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    I am thinking about getting a set of carbon steel pans to put on the RV. I looked at the made in pans, I am thinking the 10", the 12" and the paella pan. Maybe the wok. What say you guys? I am not trying to break the bank so I am not looking at Smithey or Misen or the top end guys

    https://madeincookware.com/collections/carbon-steel

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    um... Made In is definitely high end. Very nice pans. Another approach would be to hit up a restaurant supply store for something like Winco pans. Cheaper but... they work.

    One thing about putting them in the RV - if you leave them without being used for long periods make sure they're oiled or very well seasoned beforehand.

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    • klflowers
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      Thanks. The local restaurant supply store has a limited supply, but they recommended made in. I know they are not the cheapest, but they are not the most expensive either. The rv is in my driveway so I am in and out of it a lot.

    • rickgregory
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      Yeah, then the Made In stuff would be excellent. You could also look at De Buyer and Matfer.

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    I like carbon steel because it is somewhat lighter than cast iron, and responds more readily to temperature adjustments. When properly seasoned it can be almost non-stick. I have a 10” and 12” Misen, and they are go to pans. A wok is also a great choice.

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      klflowers Madein 20% off sale ends today!

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        #5
        Bkhuna the discount was actually 30% so I went ahead and pulled the trigger. I didn't wait fir too many recommendations lol

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        • rickgregory
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          Oh I missed that it was on sale. No brainer to grab it then. Let us know how you like it

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        You're going to love carbon steel..
        I've just started using them within the last year, and I'm still smitten..lol
        Enjoy

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