So I Just receved my two De Buyer MIneral B steak pans.
They are a good deal lighter than my other 4 De Buyer MIneral B Pro frying pans and they are definitely a tad lower, so the steam really can escape from the steak, while you sear them.
They will however result in more splatter around the stovetop since the pan is so relatively low sided.
They seem to be the same thickness as the regular De Buyer Mineral B frying pans.
If you're looking for a good alternative to a regular carbon steel frying pan, you should take a look at the De Buyer Mineral B Steak pans.
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