Sent by Claire
Editor: Claire, the conventional wisdom is that if the enamel is chipping off the inside of your pot, it's best not to use it. The enamel could chip off further and end up in your food. Some dispute this though; some cooks simply treat the exposed cast iron and continue using the pot. See more on this here:
We would recommend contacting the manufacturer of your pot. Even if the damage was not covered under their warranty, sometimes these manufacturers have very generous replacement or repair policies.
Any more tips for Claire?
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