Episode-2144- Listener Calls for 1-11-18

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  • A new single shot shotgun to check out
  • How to use a hand warmer as an O2 absorber
  • The right alcohol for making tinctures
  • More on induction cooking and cast iron
  • The right spatula for cast iron cooking
  • Baking instead of frying bacon
  • The advantages of ebb and flow over constant flow beds
  • Heating a large fish system in winter
  • The requirements for the use of lethal force

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5 Responses to Episode-2144- Listener Calls for 1-11-18

  1. We just put our cast iron right on the induction stove top. Granted it’s already pretty scratched up. And I’m always careful when I put it on the stove. Don’t know if my 10 year is careful too, but we haven’t had any cracks so far.

    Love that spatula. I learned about it from Wheaton also. Bought one for my mom. She had been using an old spatula for over 25 years that was plastic handled (melted) and rusted.

  2. You can also put a paper towel down under the pan and on top of the glass top. Over time, not matter what you do, you will get some marks on the surface. After 8 years of  hard use, we just used barkeepers friend and paper towel with some elbow grease. If its a stubborn stain(not scratch) then use a steel scubby and go in a circular motion lightly.

  3. I think the caller asking about heating his fish “tote” was referring to an IBC tote, not a stock tank.

  4. Been making bacon this way for years…great, ‘specially for many people