Cast iron stores heat, and is perfect for frying pans and griddles. But it's also fragile and cracks easily, so most frying pans are three to five millimeters thick. A small casting factory in Mie prefecture however, has succeeded in making frying pans that are only 1.5 millimeters thick. Its amazing heat conductivity allows food to cook faster and taste better!
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