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HI,

I'm about to but my first cast iron skillet and have found two contenders. An American Skillet & Australian skillet . I'd be very interested to know which of these you think is best



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Any advice would be appreciated /.
 
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Depends where you live I would buy local

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I don't know about Aussie skillets, but as far as American skillets I would consider buying an old one instead of a new one. The finish on the old skillets was much smoother and higher quality from the factory and not just from years of use.
 
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