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Old 02-25-2013
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Re: The definition of I can cook

Gary, WalMart stocks them--usually in the front shelves after you have checked out. And Bed Bath and Beyond carries them. Both probably at the same "list" price, choice of 10 or 12 inch sizes. Which probably makes the Bed Bath and Beyond Reason cheaper, if you ask for one of the everpresent 20% off coupons.

If you're using a cooking spray, it IS oil and butter. The only question is which oil, and what part of the butter. I'm slowly getting a real aversion to funky stuff in processed foods. And much as I usually stock up on tinned vegetables and soups, I'm walking away from a lot of that because so much of the tinned stuff has BPA in it. Dunno about the cooking sprays but since the original Pam is mainly just Canola oil, that's easy enough to just buy & rub on. Hopefully from a BPA-free bottle.
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