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Have you ever been cooking something on the stove and walked away for just a second only to return several minutes later to a completely burned pan? Well, I have. I get easily distracted as dinner time can be pretty hectic around here with a busy toddler running around. I have burned more than my fair share of pans. 

Today I am going to share with you a super easy way to remove that charred, black, cooked-on food from the bottom of your stainless steel or enamel pots and pans. No more scrubbing and scrapping.

All you need for this method is  water and some baking soda. That’s it. I learned this trick from a friend whose house burned down, and her husband used it to salvage her expensive All-Clad stainless cooking set. I was blown away how amazing they looked after he cleaned them up.

Learn the technique at Savory Lotus!

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