July 25, 2014
I've been looking for one of these for a while now. I love the idea of spraying olive oil onto pans – or spraying neutral oil onto cake pans – but every time I think of using an aerosol spray, I think about the ozone layer. Besides, I like to control the quality of the oil I use.
I've bought regular spray bottles, but they all have problems. Most are made for water, and they tend to clog. And this one is BPA-free, which becomes more important to me the more I read.
This swell new oil sprayer is from Michael Graves design. You fill it with your own oil, and when you pull the trigger it gives you a measured blast of oil.
It's not cheap – $20 – but when you consider the price of good olive oil, and how much you waste when slicking a pan, it pays for itself in a very short time.
All I can think is – why did it take so long for someone to come up with this?
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