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    Discussion in 'Diet & Nutrition' started by defelqy, Feb 26, 2012.

    1. defelqy

      defelqy Well-Known Member

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      Does anyone else use this? I tend to use it when i fry my eggs, chicken, or anything else i'm cooking. Is it okay to use or is it all chemicals?

       
    2. diksdiks

      diksdiks Guest

      PAM spray for cooking.

      It's okay to use.

      And now to hi-jack your thread...

      Does PAM and other non-stick sprays degrade a non-stick pan? I was told to not use non-stick sprays on good pans because it will degrade the non-stick coating. Any truth to this?
       
    3. emininojiq

      emininojiq Well-Known Member

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      PAM spray for cooking.

      Thanks, i was just unsure because i know it says 0 calories...it sure as hell cannot be, so was kinda wondering about that to.
       
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      PAM spray for cooking.

      It can't see why it would degrade is non-stick pan.
       
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      PAM spray for cooking.

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      PAM spray for cooking.

      ^^^this, in the US you can legally put 0 calories if it is less than 5 calories per serving I believe. for example, if you look at the ingredients of splenda, theres sucralose, maltodextrin, and dextrose listed. the last 2 are used as volumizers and are processed as a simple sugar in the body. in reality a packet of splenda has about 3 calories in it.
       
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      PAM spray for cooking.

      I found the following on the Calphalon website:

      https://calphalon.custhelp.com/app/a...tail/a_id/1957

      I emailed Calphalon and DuPont and asked about the use of non-stick sprays. If I get any interesting responses I'll post them in this thread.
       
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      PAM spray for cooking.

      That was fast.

       
    10. Raleoxilevz

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      PAM spray for cooking.

      Hmmm, anyone here actually keep your cooking oil(s) in a spray bottle like this?

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