FINEX is a small team of craftspeople, cooks and designers dedicated to crafting cookware that will stand the test of time.
Each pan requires 12 pairs of hands to produce. The skillet surface is individually machined, and stone-tumble polished then pre-seasoned by hand with 100% organic flaxseed oil for natural stick resistant cooking. The machining is visible in faint lines circling the center of each skillet while our hand seasoning allows for slight natural variations in color and tone. These natural variations are the hallmark of our handcrafted cookware products.
Pre-seasoned for Cooking
Pre-seasoned with 100% organic flaxseed oil for a durable, stick-resistant finish, FINEX is ready to cook right out of the box. Rinse new cookware with warm water and dry completely. To re-enforce the seasoning, we recommend using a little extra oil or cook with something extra fatty, like bacon for the first few uses. A darker patina will develop over time, indicating a thicker natural seasoning, and will enhance the stick-resistant cooking surface.
Cooking with Cast Iron
Cast iron may take longer to warm up, preheat your cast iron pan on medium-low heat for a few minutes before cooking.
FINEX’s thick-wall design provides even heat distribution and better retention for searing performance unlike anything else on the market. Perfectly crispy skin and golden-brown edges are just minutes away.
Cast Iron Cleaning tips
Step 1. Clean - For best results wash your FINEX by hand immediately after use. For ease, clean while still warm. To avoid rust, do not soak, leave in the sink or put the cookware in the dishwasher.
To remove stuck-on food, use water, a dab of soap and our chain link scrubber. Stubborn food grime? Use the wood scraper to loosen stuck on food. The specialty cut fits the ribs of our Grill Pans and features multi-angled sides to reach and remove food from every corner of your cookware.
Step 2. Dry - Thoroughly dry your FINEX with low heat on the stove or in the oven to avoid rust. Do not air dry. Remember, if left wet it will rust.
Step 3. Oil - Apply a drop or two of organic flaxseed oil to your skillet and buff it into the iron with a paper towel or dry dishcloth.
Re-Seasoning Cast Iron.
Cast iron is very durable and forgiving. Scorched, scratched or rusted pans can be returned to perfect working condition with a little elbow grease and some quality oil.
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. If your pan has rust, gently remove it using a Chain Link Scrubber. Wash and dry your cast iron cookware thoroughly. Once completely dry, apply a very thin layer of organic flaxseed oil one drop at a time to the entire surface of your cast iron pan (including the outside). Buff off any excess oil, then bake for one hour.