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Studies and articles on cooking oil sprays

Commented on February 23, 2016
Created April 20, 2011 at 11:29 PM

I have a family member who INSISTS on using the cheap, crappy cooking oil sprays that contain cannola and oy lechitin to prepare meat, even when I have plenty of butter, coconut oil and olive oil in the house. Unfortunately, this person also does the majority of the cooking (and just ruined the finish on a cast iron skillet).

Is there anything published that is easily understandable out there that explains how bad these oils are for you? It's going to be a fight to get this person to change habits, but I would like to try because not changing them is sabotaging my efforts. Literature seems to be somewhat effective, though.

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on February 23, 2016
at 06:24 PM

I know it may be a huge challenge, but you might just have to start cooking your own food. 

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on April 21, 2011
at 12:41 PM

Can you disown them? KIDDING!

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on April 21, 2011
at 01:08 AM

The sprays are convenient. Maybe you can give them one of these for olive oil: http://www.amazon.com/Misto-M100S-Gourmet-Brushed-Aluminum/dp/B00004SPZV I've never used one of those though, so I can't vouch for it.

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on April 20, 2011
at 11:55 PM

I don't think it's going to work Midwesterner. You can't talk sense to these types of people. Just kick her butt, and spray paint her bedroom door with canola oil.

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