Thanks everyone for the helpful replies! I read stuff about how people experienced rusting when they left soup in the pot overnight and I was worried about that happening to me and ruining the enamel. Under what circumstances would a dutch oven rust?
The pot I got from Costco, oddly, is a black matte enamel on the inside so I guess I don't have to worry about staining because if it does, I won't see it.
I'm a new owner of an enameled dutch oven from Costco and I would like some advice on how to care for it. Is it safe to leave soups in the pot overnight or will this ruin the enamel? I have not been able to find a definitive answer on the subject. I see that the care instructions on the pot say to "dry completely before storing" but I don't know if that means I can't leave food in there for a few days.
My care instructions say to wash with hot water and soap but other instructions I read online say soap ruins the "seasoning" on the pot...please help clarify this for me!
Nay--German spice cookies. Crunchy powdered sugar and dry cookie inside.
Yay--Frozen hashbrowns. Takes the trouble out of shredding potatoes.
Maybe? The European dinner mints. Depending on how minty you like things, the mint oil in these can be a bit overwhelming.
Nay--Strawberry Organic Soy Yogurt. Runny and tasted plain bad.
The Mac & Cheese bites were disappointing. Not crispy at all on the outside even after baking them for twenty minutes.
The frozen spanokopitas were also very bland and lacking in the filling department.
Spiced Apple Cider: Good flavor without being overly sweet. Try it warmed up!