Try to arrange your cooking/baking so that you have several items that can be cooked at the same temperature. It doesn't have to be for the same length of time, since you can put things in at different times - as long as you don't have a souffle in there!
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Not only is cast iron a consistent way to add iron to your diet & a great way to exercise your arm muscles as you lift the heavy pans but it also saves you money on energy. Cast iron needs less temperature to heat up, heats up evenly and retains heat long after you turn of the stove, saving energy.
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