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There has been a lot of discussion on this. Perhaps this will help.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-XCp...eature=channel



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On Jan 19, 2:38*pm, "Kswck" wrote:
There has been a lot of discussion on this. Perhaps this will help.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-XCp...eature=channel


If she turned that wok ring upside down -- i.e., with the narrower rim
on the bottom, wider on the top -- the wok would sit closer to the
flame and get hotter. For cooking as well as for seasoning.

If she used tongs she could do a better job of wiping the oil around
the entire surface before burning her fingers. -aem




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