Staub or Le Creuset?
I have both and love them equally.
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I admire and use both Staub and LeCreuset but a few years ago I became completely sold on the Emile-Henry Flame line. This is earthenware but innovated in such a way that it can be used as if it were enameled cast iron. Eartheware adds subtle nuance to food. It breathes and after repeated use imparts its own "seasoning" to whatever you are using it for. It's not susceptable to cracking like standard earthenware is when not carefully handled.
And it doesn't weigh a ton! I, too, love Emile-Henry.
They are both fantastic choices. It depends on your personal preference. This Le Creuset vs. Staub guide pretty much sums it up. http://www.cookwareinsider...
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