There’s something about the rustic charm of cast iron skillets and cookware. It’s a traditional tool of the homesteading world, and is a throwback to an era where people did things much differently than we do today. The beauty and practical nature of cast iron cookware is unsurpassed.
The above cast iron collection is from a friend and one they’ve been collecting for years. And before you ask. YES! They use them, it’s NOT for decoration.
You can’t beat it for durability. I mean, it’s solid iron after all, and can last a lifetime. $30-$40 for a frying pan or skillet might sound like a lot of money, but considering there’s no hazardous chemical coatings like non-stick frying pans have, cast iron pans, pots, and skillets are a must have for the serious off grid homesteader.
Cast Iron… It’s the most durable, most versatile cookware ever made. Bar none. So, if you don’t have any in your kitchen, what are you waiting for? Get out there and buy some!