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Posts: 1,625 3/1/11 6:13 P
I had the Pampered Chef one, finally threw it out. I have a oil bottle that has a top like a liquor bottle, a very small stream of oil comes out, I have found that works very well. I even measured how much comes out with a measuring spoon. The exercise I got pumping that dang thing was benefcial, tho.
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Fitness Minutes: (4,329) Posts: 614 2/26/11 2:13 P
I have a misto and it takes some getting used to (tightening, loosening, pumping) but its got to be better than the sprays. I got turned off my them after having such a hard time getting pans cleaned after baking using cooking spray.
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Posts: 400 1/4/11 8:08 P
I use a misto (got it at costco) ... no nasty chemicals from using the real thing!
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Fitness Minutes: (325) Posts: 5 1/4/11 6:39 P
I've tried using them over the years, but can never find a sprayer that works properly. They pump up, but the spray just doesn't come out in a mist for a long enough time.
Posts: 1,038 1/4/11 11:04 A
I got one of those from Target and could never seem to get it to work right for me.
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Posts: 307 1/4/11 6:32 A
I rationalize my use of sprays with the idea that it is overall healthier for me because I am using so much less.
I agree with the others that the healthiest option is the olive oil mister.
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Posts: 101 1/2/11 10:11 P
I like to use my olive oil sprayer to put a little olive oil on my salads and pastas too. Helps control how much I use.
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Fitness Minutes: (88,237) Posts: 15,044 1/2/11 8:48 A
I think the olive oil spray cans are an excellent investment (I have the Pampered Chef version) as I tend to use it in place of butter when I am cooking/baking and it is awesome to be able to spray it on (like on breads and such)
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Posts: 355 1/1/11 12:22 P
I actually just saw something about this on Dr. Oz. He was saying they contain propellants (I think). Ijust bought a Misto at the Kitchen Store. It was $10 just like the other person commented. I like it, but yeah... you could just use your fingers. I hadn't thought of that ;)
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you can also put a little evoo on your clean fingers and rub it in the pan...its also good for you skin and nails and then there is no waste at all.
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Posts: 5,632 1/1/11 12:04 P
Pampered chef also sells an oil spray bottle
The only drawback to these I find they don't last. They need to be replaced.
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Posts: 14 1/1/11 12:00 P
current weight: 155.0
Posts: 5,642 1/1/11 11:58 A
I use a Misto olive oil sprayer. It was only about $10. I love it and it is cheaper than buying the cans of sprays with all the added chemicals...
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Posts: 14 1/1/11 11:58 A
just put some good evo on a paper towel and wipe it in the pan that is the way they do it in europe happy new year
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Fitness Minutes: (15,691) Posts: 1,784 1/1/11 11:53 A
I don't remember seeing this question before and I've wondered it for quite a while.
I have been hesitant about cookling oil sprays. Are they clean? If not, is there a container that we can use to spray olive oil on foods and pans? I saw one online somewhere years ago.
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