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Old 05-06-2019, 07:35 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by ShadowDriver View Post
Paraphrased from the instructions:

- Wipe down the griddle with a dry paper towel
- Burner on High for 15 Min
- Let griddle cool a bit, then apply thin coat of finishing oil (they suggest flax seed) to entire griddle surface with paper towel

Repeat the burner on high / oil application x 3.

Cleanup was pretty easy after breakfast. Scraped all the food bits off into the drain. Ran it on high. Let it cool a bit. Hit any stubborn bits with a damp rag/towel. Applied thin coat of oil. Heated up one more time. One more oil application. Cleaned out the drain cup. Good to go for next time.
I apparently misunderstood Norm. Thought he was shipping the Blackstone out today. It arrived today. Thanks again, Norm.

Griddle itself is heavy duty. Even if I manage to burnout the base/burner unit it can easily be set up in the kettle.

Seasoning instructions are much like the Rhino. Blackstone lists 4 oils:

flax seed

Find their list of oils curious because the smoke points range from ~225 (flax seed) to ~450 (soy).
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