reseason

reseason

(riːˈsiːzən)
vb (tr)
(Cookery) to season (food) again
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Flip over for a further 30 seconds and add a squeeze of lemon juice and reseason with sea salt.
Reseason the skillet with vegetable oil in a 200[degrees]F oven for several hours.
May need to reseason and drizzle a little more olive oil when done.
The usual curing method is to coat it with salt or soak it in brine for a week to ten days, then rinse it with wine vinegar and reseason with salt and pepper.
Or use seasoned herring in jars found in the refrigerated section; drain fish and reseason it as directed in recipes.