Flaxseed Oil for Cast Iron 8 oz

$16

Cook’s Illustrated and The Kitchn both recommend using flaxseed oil for seasoning and maintaining your cast iron. Be it your skillets, pots, pans, woks, or Dutch ovens, this will help preserve your stick-free cast iron cookware.

Flaxseed oil is the edible form of linseed oil, a common drying oil used by artists to clean their brushes. After reseasoning your pan with our skillet cleaner, the flaxseed oil bonds with the cast iron to form a sheer, stick- and scratch-resistant veneer.

Because of flaxseed oil’s short shelf life – one year – Herd Supply is happy to offer the cleaner in an 8 oz plastic-free container to prevent food waste in your kitchen. While we love the bottles and hope you can reuse them for other bulk oils, aluminum is infinitely recyclable if you choose not to.

Please note: For back to back use, please apply the cast iron oil to your cast iron cookware, then set it on the stove for a few seconds. The heat allows the flaxseed oil to bond to the cast iron and eliminates the taste of flaxseed. For more scientific reading about how to season your cast iron skillet, please read this blog post by Sheryl Canter. While you can preseason the pan with multiple finishes as the blog posts mention above, we prefer to apply the Cast Iron Cleaner to the skillet after every few uses – it’s quick, it keeps the cast iron shiny, and it keeps your food unstuck!

Flaxseed Oil for Cast Iron 8 oz

$16

Cook’s Illustrated and The Kitchn both recommend using flaxseed oil for seasoning and maintaining your cast iron. Be it your skillets, pots, pans, woks, or Dutch ovens, this will help preserve your stick-free cast iron cookware.

Flaxseed oil is the edible form of linseed oil, a common drying oil used by artists to clean their brushes. After reseasoning your pan with our skillet cleaner, the flaxseed oil bonds with the cast iron to form a sheer, stick- and scratch-resistant veneer.

Because of flaxseed oil’s short shelf life – one year – Herd Supply is happy to offer the cleaner in an 8 oz plastic-free container to prevent food waste in your kitchen. While we love the bottles and hope you can reuse them for other bulk oils, aluminum is infinitely recyclable if you choose not to.

Please note: For back to back use, please apply the cast iron oil to your cast iron cookware, then set it on the stove for a few seconds. The heat allows the flaxseed oil to bond to the cast iron and eliminates the taste of flaxseed. For more scientific reading about how to season your cast iron skillet, please read this blog post by Sheryl Canter. While you can preseason the pan with multiple finishes as the blog posts mention above, we prefer to apply the Cast Iron Cleaner to the skillet after every few uses – it’s quick, it keeps the cast iron shiny, and it keeps your food unstuck!