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    Buying a New Wok.

    About WOKS Go to an oriental market, get one of their steel ones, scrub it WELL! Put it into an extemely hot oven for at least a half hour, let it cool in the oven, season it with peanut oil, heat it again on the stove(get a wok ring with it, that fits on either gas or electric), wipe it out and re season it with peanut oil...it will then be usable and will not stick! The Chinese used to season them in a fire, and use sand to clean them, scrubbing with the sand...Dont use soap on this wok after seasoning...hot hot water and a brush, then dry it well, then re heat it. I have one that I have used for 20 yars, it is black, and works better that teflon! Have fun Alda, and whomever else does this, Cheers, Doug in BC

    From: Doug Irvine
    Posted By: Doug Irvine, dougandmarie@shaw.ca
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