Cast iron is one of those items that you use over and over again. Whether you’re cooking steak, chicken, or bacon, it’s one of the items that will be used a lot.
I recently had the opportunity to learn how to clean cast iron after cooking bacon. The instructions included in this video are pretty basic, but not too bad. I learned to clean the iron just a few minutes after cooking the bacon. I had to use a small brush to clean up the grease (which was already pretty dark) but it was totally worth it.
I’m not a fan of bacon grease, but I’m a fan of grease after cooking. I’m not sure if cooking bacon is a bad thing for the iron, but I doubt it.
If you want to clean your cast iron after cooking bacon, you should probably use a scrub brush, not a scrub brush.
So if you want to get your iron clean after cooking bacon, just use a scrub brush.
If you plan on cooking bacon, you’ll obviously need to grease your iron just before cooking. But if you want to use a scrub brush, you aren’t making any more bacon.
I can’t say that I’ve had a problem with bacon grease but I also can’t say that I’ve had a problem with grease after cooking. I’ve found that the grease from bacon seems to be a more effective grease than that from meat.
So next time you grill, put your iron on the stove first and scrub your iron after cooking.
Use a scrub brush when you do grill.
So, for the most part, we think that bacon grease is the best grease for our iron. But some people have different rules. One blogger, who has a similar problem to the blogger above, says that you should put your iron on the stove first, then grease it with bacon grease. This blogger goes on to say that this is a bad idea, as it will cause an iron to leak grease.