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Lodge LDP3 Rectangular Cast Iron Reversible Grill/Griddle, $53.47 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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Double Play Reversible Grill & Griddle

Seasoned and ready to use for a natural, easy-release finish
Brutally tough for decades of cooking
Seasoned for a natural, easy-release finish that improves with use
Great for the oven, stove, grill or campfire

For those with Amazon Prime, the free shipping from the US makes this a good deal; cheaper that I can find it locally anyway.

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    Do these work on induction

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    what are you all using to season it everytime, and then how to store without getting the oil on everything else?

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      Once you've cleaned (hot water and a little detergent) your castiron item - it needs a very, very thin coating of vegetable oil - maybe a 20 cent piece - spread out and then mostly wiped off. With my Lodge pan it only needs it on the cooking area. The handle and bottom don't seem to need it, at the moment (after 6 months). Just keep an eye on it looking 'dry', you'll see what I mean.

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    If you need a grill on the cheap, just pull one from a bbq. Any one of the thousand that decorate the nature strip around this time of year should do fine

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    Excellent grill on induction, but something of a PITA to clean (even with the Lodge scraper).

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      Wouldn't induction need full contact with the grill plate? This seems to have a lining on the edge, and the surface sinks in, which would not fully touch the induction cooktop surface?
      Please enlighten. I'm in the market for induction compatible grill plate. Thank you.

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        Mine works wonderfully on my induction cooktop, though I have a side that has elements from top to bottom that fit this pan perfectly. Takes a while to heat up but works great.

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        Nah, induction doesn't need contact, it just has to be close enough to be in the induction field.

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      Think it'd matter if it's over-sized?

      The description says it's 24.1 x 1.3 x 42.5 cm

      I think the bridged zone on my new hob is 18 x 40 (2 x 18x20)… unless it's 20 x 36 (2 x 20x18).. not sure.

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        Our linked area appears to be 40cm x 20cm, and it's great on that. Cast iron does a great job of spreading the heat, so I doubt you'd have any issues with it.

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      If it's a pain to scrub clean - consider a chainmail stainless steel scrubber - I got mine from Amazon for about $10 - but they don't seem to have any that cheap at the moment. Don't worry about getting one with a sponge inside, it's not needed.

      Weird you can scrub all you like with chainmail - but use a scourer and it'll take off the seasoning.

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    $70.79 now? I don't have Prime though so perhaps it's not showing?

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    Does this fit a normal bbq?

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