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  • Ashley Luquette

    Homemade Cooking Spray 5.0 from 1 reviews Print Recipe type: Kitchen Tips Avoid the nasty propellants in commercial cooking sprays by making a homemade version! Ingredients 1 part olive oil (or your choice of oil) 5 parts water 1 misting spray bottle Instructions Place oil and water into spray bottle. Shake well before use. Use food safe bottle.

  • Alisia Johnson

    Make your own cooking spray — without the nasty additives! One part olive oil to five parts water. Shake well before each use. Definitely make sure it's a food grade bottle.

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Homemade Cooking Spray by Natures Nurture Ingredients 1 part olive oil (or your choice of oil) 5 parts water 1 misting spray bottle Instructions Mix in your spray bottle 1 part olive oil to 5 parts water. In my 12 ounce bottle, I poured in 2 ounces of canola oil and added 10 ounces of water. Shake well and you’re done. That’s it. Store in a cool, dark place.

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