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    baked on

    Over the years we've heard some really great advice when it comes to cleaning the most baked on, never coming off, impossible to remove food stuffs. It doesn't matter if you cook with non-stick, all clad or cast iron, it's time to learn how to keep them looking their best with these simple tips!
    http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-clea...od-from-137585

    What does baked on mean in the above passage?
    Last edited by sitifan; 18-May-2016 at 03:46.
    I need native speakers' help.

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    Re: baked on

    stubborn, fused and hard
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: baked on

    I need native speakers' help.

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