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Published January 28, 2013, 11:36 PM

Tuesday Tip: Make cooking spray minus the chemicals

FARGO – A quick spritz of cooking spray in the pan is a great way to cut fat and calories from a dish, but it comes with some added chemicals. Most store-bought cooking sprays contain propellants and preservatives that are far from all-natural.

By: Heidi Shaffer, INFORUM

Each Tuesday we offer up a quick tip on anything from money-saving tricks to household how-tos.

FARGO – A quick spritz of cooking spray in the pan is a great way to cut fat and calories from a dish, but it comes with some added chemicals.

Most store-bought cooking sprays contain propellants and preservatives that are far from all-natural.

For less than $1, this incredibly simple fix was just what my morning omelet needed.

DIY Olive Oil Cooking Spray

What you need:

5 parts water

1 part olive oil

1 ordinary spray bottle

Directions:

Pour water and oil in the bottle and shake well before each use. One spritz is all you need. Yes, that’s all there is to it.

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