Sunday, July 22, 2012

DIY Cooking Spray

I was really curious to make this until I read all of the warnings and statements about the spray.  First, you have to use it in a week.  I do not know about you but I do not use that much cooking spray, I would constantly be throwing it out and making more.  Next, it says it does not work as well as the commercial brand, ok, so I guess the main reason you would use it would be because it is all natural, not because it works as well.  Also, you can not spray this into a hot pan and it is more for baking then actual cooking on the cook top.  I use spray much more often on the cook top then in oven and I hope I remember the part about not spraying it into a hot pan.  This just seems so impractical for me and so time consuming plus I think I may have to write the rules on the bottle so I could remember and all for only one week.  I guess if you have the time, more power to you but I think for most of us it is more about time and ease.  I understand if you want it to be all natural and this would be the spray for you if that is what you are looking for.


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1 comment:

  1. A great alternative is the Misto sprayer. It's only $10.

    You can fill it with any oil. It's nice. :)