Originally Posted by kitchenelf
Silly, it's where you are in charge of cutting everything at a VERY busy restaurant and they never let you eat!!!!!
Grasshopper has once again been enlightened by the elfen one!
To add to what elf said .... the nonstick cooking sprays are only 0% fat IF you only use the "serving size" on the can ... that's usually only 1/3 of a second of spray. And, it's not really 0%, it's just below 0.5% - so it can be "labeled" as being 0% by the packaging laws. Of course, some people don't like to cook with alcohol for one reason or another - and that's usually the 2nd ingredient on most cans.
Save some money - forget the sprays. Like Elf said - use a non-stick coated pan .... preheat it on medium, add about a scant teaspoon of cooking oil, and then wipe it around inside with a paper towel real good.