What is the Best Way to Mark My Cast Iron Pans?

What is the Best Way to Mark My Cast Iron Pans?

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Emma Christensen
Feb 19, 2014
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Q: My boyfriend and I are planning to move in together. We both have our own set of cast iron pans. His items have been used for gluten-ful foods, but I'm on a gluten free diet and my cast iron has never been touched by gluten. How can I mark my pans so that we don't have to worry about cross contamination?

Sent by Jenelle

Editor: What about tying some metal wire around the handles on your skillets? Maybe even just an un-bent paperclip twisted around the thinnest part of the handle or looped through the hole in the handle?

Readers, what suggestions do you have?

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