reseason

verb
re·sea·son | \ ˌrē-ˈsē-zᵊn \
reseasoned; reseasoning

Definition of reseason 

: to season (something) again or differently: such as

a transitive + intransitive : to add more or different seasoning to (food) reseasoning the sauce Reseason, if desired, before serving.

b transitive : to treat (something, such as wood or a skillet) for use again They scrub and scour and then carefully season and reseason the pan with oil until it becomes a bombproof, heat-retaining, nonstick wonder. —Blair Anthony Robertson

First Known Use of reseason

1845, in the meaning defined above

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