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Do You Use Cooking Spray?

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Spectra Spectra 6 years
I use it, especially when I cook eggs.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
I do.
betty-kraker betty-kraker 6 years
i use it for eggs
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 6 years
I use it on my BBQ grill.
meenymo12 meenymo12 6 years
I bake with glass baking pans and I use cooking spray but I hate how it stains the dishes after baking. I have to really scrub it off with an SOS pad to remove it. I notice when I grease the pans without cooking spray, I don't have to deal with that so much.
kpelli73 kpelli73 6 years
I got a Misto pump spray bottle a few years ago and haven't used cooking spray since then. I just fill it up with olive oil and I'm good to go.
fuzzles fuzzles 6 years
No. I almost always use an olive oil, or canola oil when going for a more neutral taste. Sometimes I will melt butter in with the oil when I want more of that flavor. To me, cooking spray has an artificial/chemical taste and smell.
ticamorena ticamorena 6 years
what is cooking spray exactly? I mean, is it a special type or combination of cooking oils? I have my own spray bottle, but I don't use it unless I really need only a touch of olive oil to coat something
bluebellknoll bluebellknoll 6 years
I bought some PAM at Costco awhile back and am still working my way thru it. I think once it's gone I'm going to switch to using my own spray bottle like lekatvt.
lekatvt lekatvt 6 years
I purchased a hand pump spray bottle that allows me to turn my own healthier olive oil into a spray. It's a great alternative and works just as well as PAM.
sourcherries sourcherries 6 years
Yes, but I do get worried about whether it is healthy/safe.
syako syako 6 years
Yep. Especially when baking, but I also use it in my pans if there's not a lot of oil or fat that I'm cooking in. I don't use teflon (I use stainless steel), so I need a little extra help with the nonstick factor---a small price to pay for even heating. :)
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