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Green Lightweight Cast Iron Stewpot

SKU#  474628
$24.98
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Why We Love It

Our exclusive Green Lightweight Cast Iron Stewpot is on par with high-quality stewpots, but available at a much nicer price. It features the even heat distribution and retention of enameled cast iron with only half the weight. Ideal for all types of soups, stocks and sauces, the nonstick surface ensures seamless cooking and trouble-free cleanup every time.

Details & Dimensions

  • Crafted of lightweight cast iron with stainless steel handles and glass lid with steam valve
  • Cooking spray is not recommended
  • Safe for all stovetops; oven safe to 450 degrees F
  • Pre-heating is recommended
  • Available in additional colors, sold separately
  • Soft tools and cleansers recommend on enamel surface; hand wash and dry immediately
  • World Market exclusive
12.75"Dia. x 5"H, 6.5 qt. capacity

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Reviews
Green Lightweight Cast Iron Stewpot 4 5 3 3
love this pot most amazing pot that i own and i cook a lot and have quality cookware. this is great for cooking greens or anything you want to saute, it's a great pot for using as a wok. i am going to purchase another one for backup for me and some for gifts. June 23, 2014
I have been looking for a lightweight cast iron dutch oven I have used this pot on my induction cooktop and I love it. I bought it when they were on sale which made it a good value. The inside can stain but I use baking soda to clean it and it works great. January 7, 2014
Loved it - but now I'm really dissappointed I bought this stewpot in the late summer on sale, and was really excited to start using it. I loved the look; it was big, but easy to handle; I needed a large stewpot for all that fall chili I was going to make. I have since used it for pasta, chili, broccoli cheddar soup, american goulash, and even as a decorative service piece filled with ice and bottles of drinks. I loved this pot! Until my husband accidentally knocked it off the counter. My countertops are actually lower than standard height, and we have a sort of rubbery floor covering (it isn't squishy, but I have dropped many things before, some far less durable than a metal pot, and they bounce and don't break.) Anyway, I don't know how it landed, but however it hit, it cracked not just the ceramic coating but the cast iron. This pot is not very durable. So why recommend it? Because up until that drop, it was exactly what I wanted and needed out of a stewpot. Just be careful how you handle it. November 7, 2014
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