Originally Posted by Whetstone
Alan, explain to me why it matters. I have multiple aluminum dutchies not anodized. As yet through many meals cooked I've never thought "geeze wish this d.o. was anodized". So school me. Why does it matter?
I love my d.o.s by the way.
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It matters to me for two reasons: first the minor reason. If it weren't anodized, I might be more gentle about scraping it with scratchy things, so I don't mar the polished surface too much. But the more important reason? I just can't stand not knowing!
But seriously, yeah. I'd like it just as much if it weren't, but I'd probably baby it just a little more.
As it turns out, I'm 98% sure it's anodized. I looked at some other ones in the store, and it's just like them. And for fun, I did the "ohmmeter test" and it's non-conductive between the probes.
And yeah, DO's rock. I've got an old cast iron one that has earned its keep a thousand times over.