Pam Original No-Stick Cooking Spray
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Made with 100% canola oil. For fat-free cooking. 70% better no-stick (than other cooking sprays) for easy cleanup. Helps you pull it off. Pam's unique canola oil blend has been specially formulated to provide the ultimate no-stick performance. Try Pam Original for: stovetop & oven-cooking meats, fish, and vegetables; baking casseroles; cooking eggs, pancakes, waffles, & grilled cheese sandwiches. Pam is the healthier way to cook. Compare fat and calories in Pam vs butter, margarine and oil. 1 second spray Pam: 1 g fat; 9 calories. 1 tablespoon butter/margarine: 11 g fat; 100 calories. 1 tablespoon canola oil: 14 g fat; 120 calories. For more great tips and delicious recipes using Pam cooking spray, call 1-800-PAM-4YOU or visit us at www.pamcookingspray.com. Steel - recycle.
Canola Oil (Adds a Trivial Amount of Fat), Lecithin from Soybeans, Phosphated Mono- and Diglycerides, Dimethyl Silicone (for Anti-Foaming), Rosemary Extract (Preservative), Propellant.
Serving Size: 0.25 second spray
Servings Per Container: 571
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1. Important! Point nozzle towards red mark on can. 2. Shake well. 3. Spray can upright about 6 inches from unheated cook/bakeware. A 1 second spray covers a 10 inch skillet.
Contains: soy. Use only as directed. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. Flammable. Do not spray on heated surfaces or near open flame. Never spray directly into oven. Remove broiler pans from oven before spraying. Can may burst if left on stove or near heat source. Avoid spraying in eyes. Contents under pressure. Do not puncture or incinerate. Do not store above 120 degrees F. Keep out of reach of children. For more education about product abuse, contact the Alliance for Consumer Education at www.inhalant.org.