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  • Cast iron seasoning and pork belly

    I just purchased a Lodge cast iron dutch oven with a lid that doubles as a skillet. I'm in the process of seasoning them over their factory pre-seasoning. Last week I bought a package of frozen pork belly at BJ's. 3.5 lbs for $9, so I'm not expecting too much of it. I know people use bacon to season their skillets. Do you suppose the pork belly would do the same thing as a final layer in the process? Then, should I chuck the fat or hang onto it? Thanks
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