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When I use my pans for yeast bread, I don't wash them. I take the bread out, let them cool, and put them back in the cabinet stacked upside down. I'm thinking of wiping them down with a damp rag, bu I've had no more problems with rust. Anybody else do this?
 
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I use stainless steel steam table pans and treat them like cast iron. I grease them before use, and never clean the. As a result, they are seasoned, and are usually fine even if I forget to grease them,they have a polymerized oil finish that is largely no stick.
 
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I've noticed the feeling, too. They seem to look nicer, too.
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