Different Seasoning Requirements
With an enamel coated skillet or other cookware, there's no need to worry about seasoning it as it will perform similar to any other non-stick cookware. This is a plus if you are one that likes to limit the amount of oil that you cook with or make water-based items such as soups or sauces in your unit.
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Different Color Options
Traditional cast iron cookware is literally just a hunk of iron that's shaped into a pan or pot. This means that you have one color option: black (or dark grey).
On the other hand, enameled pieces come in several different colors. If you're an avid entertainer and/or like your decor to be on point, you'll have lots of options to choose from. This also means that your enameled cast iron pieces typically are great to place on the table as well as people can serve themselves out of them in style. You can surely do the same thing with a traditional cast iron piece, but you really only see that with fajitas.
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Available Heat Sources You Can Use
Aside from a microwave which should NEVER be used, traditional cast iron offers a lot of options when it comes to what type cooking device can be used. This includes the following:
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