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Is ceramic synonymous to enamel? Whenever I seem to bring it up people start talking about enamel.

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Very simply in terms for cookware the ceramic is what it is made from while the enamel is the smooth shiny layer applied to the surface of the cookware.

Cookware made of ceramics often have an enamel glaze on it to make it waterproof and prevent it absorbing the flavors from the food.

Cast iron cookware can also be enameled to prevent it from rusting and eliminating the need for seasoning it.

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