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Iron is a grey metal. I read that when you cook it turns black from a reaction to the food. But this has never been used.
I tagged utensils but technically this is not a utensil or is it.
Unseasoned cast iron is gray, until it rusts. But it’s common for manufacturers to factory-season cast iron, which makes it black. The black color comes from carbonised oil.
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