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cooking spay question

VentsVents Posts: 15
edited 2:28AM in EggHead Forum
Is Pam cooking spray with olive oil any sort of equivalant to olive oil sprayed from a pressurized spray applicator?I was thinking about buying a sprayer when I saw that Pam has a cooking spray with olive oil in it.Has anyone on the forum used it as a substitute?

Comments

  • Vents,[p]Like most, I ordinarily use olive oil spray when BBQing on the EGG. But when I run out, I use ordinary vegetable oil sprays. I have found very little difference when it comes to food sticking to the grill or ease of cleaning. [p] Taste may be another matter. But here too, unless you are one of those who can taste the tiniest difference, I have not found any noticeable discrepancy.[p]Anthony

  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    Vents, you're essentially talking the same oil but if you are using a pressurized sprayer that you can refill you have two advantages - you can use a better grade of oil and you can save yourself considerable dollars.

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