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Thread: Le Creuset and Tumeric

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onetomatoplant View Post
    I cook everything in my Le Creuset, and have not had any discoloration. And it's almost a nonstick material, so even the crusty stuff just comes right off. I love it. And it's orange! Really, can it get any better?

    Oh! Oh orange. I am just a bit jealous.
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    I lust for Le Creuset, but they are too expensive for me. I bought a very similar dutch oven from Lodge and a smaller one from the Martha Stewart line of cookware at Macy's. Both are excellent and show no staining from spaghetti sauce, boneless beef ribs cooked in V-8 juice, or anything else I have cooked in them. Both are excellent quality. Enjoy your birthday present.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onetomatoplant View Post
    I cook everything in my Le Creuset, and have not had any discoloration. And it's almost a nonstick material, so even the crusty stuff just comes right off. I love it. And it's orange! Really, can it get any better?
    I just got my first and only 2-1/2 qt Le Creuset and I fry, bake, cook, stew, everything in it. I do not do Indian cooking, but I find that if I clean out the pot and then soak it for a while, everything comes out nice and stain-free.
    I have the Almond color inside and out. I love it. I bought it in the sweetest little town in Siren, Wisconsin called the Acorn Pantry. They are extremely knowledgeable about LeCreuset. I don't need another size or anything. Just love the one I have. Made a delicious Jager Stew (made with venison) and it was delicious. I just cook everything in it low and slow.

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