How 'perfect' should an enameled dutch oven be?
I'm stuck between being wanting a good-enough product I can actually get home and use and being too particular. Help me out! I've been to 3 Target stores for the Tramontina. There's only been one out at each place. One had scratchy-scuffs on the top of the cover. Two had imperfections to the enamel coating on the inside. At what point does an imperfection concern you (enamel peeling/chipping off, other??)...
If the cover rocks a little when I push on one edge, is it still air-/water-tight enough to cook "right"?
If there's a tiny little snaggy bump inside in the enamel, would you pass it by?
Thanks! You guys have been a source of great collective wisdom!