1. Heat your pan on the burner over a medium-high heat for 1 -2 minutes.
  2. Once the pan is very hot, take it off the burner and add a tablespoon of olive or coconut oil and swirl it around the pan until the fat melts.
  3. Heat you pan again until the oil begins to smoke. The molecules on the surface of the stainless steel will expand and the fat from the oil will embed into the pan, thereby coating the pan with a non-stick surface.
  4. Turn of the heat and allow the oil to cool completely. The pan should look reflective and mirror-like after wards.
  5. Pour off the oil and wipe out excess oil from the surface of the pan using paper towel.
  6. To maintain the non-stick surface, do not wash the pan with dish soap. You will also need to use extra oil when cooking to prevent the existing oil from burning.  Once the surface of the pan turns to brown or yellow, you can re-season the pan again.