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PAM Non Stick Cooking Spray

Did you know that PAM non stick cooking spray has been making cooking easier for more than 50 years? Myself I have always used this product when cooking or baking. Have you noticed that there are five different varieties of PAM:  Original, Butter Flavour, Baking, Olive Oil & Grilling? {I have been guilty of just buying Original and using it for everything}. Check out the very handy information sheet below. Really, I found this most helpful and have been using the specific varieties with their intended uses – and it’s making a huge difference in my cooking. Feel free to print a copy for your own reference.

With each and every dish I make {including the recipes I post on this blog}, I use PAM, and have been for years since it works! My new favorite is the PAM Baking, it combines no-stick PAM with real flour, the secret to non-stick without a greasy residue.

 

Disclosure: I received product to facilitate this review, all opinions are my own.

 

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  1. I learnt that in 1992 PAM made the switch to canola oil, reducing saturated fats. This made PAM not only a convenient choice for cooking but also, an obvious choice for healthier eating.

  2. I learned that 1957 marks the first patent for a no-stick cooking spray…i had no idea cooking sprays had been around for so long!

  3. to get delicious results every time you grill, select tender foods or marinate the meat to tenderize. Spray the grill with PAM® Grilling to bring out the flavour even more.

  4. I learned your should always spray your grill & tongs (something I have never done before) when they are cold.

  5. 7 grams of fat is quite a saving for the morning pancakes.
    Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  6. Did not know that Pam comes in Olive oil variety too.
    also they have a grilling tip section on their site. this is one that I will use.
    To lock in the flavour, always flip your meat using tongs or a spatula sprayed with PAM® Grilling Piercing the cut with a fork or knife releases the juices that make your grilling creation succulent.

  7. I learned you can use PAM on your measuring cups to stop honey from sticking to it.. Makes sense, but never thought of it!

  8. Dec 13
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  9. I learned that In 1985 PAM developed Butter and Olive Oil sprays.
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  12. I never thought of this before: Flip your way to delicious grilled cooking by spraying PAM® Grilling on the cold grill, tongs, skewers and grill baskets. This will keep your flavourful meats, kabobs and veggies from sticking and your mouth-watering meal intact.

  13. I learned to spray the BBQ before cooking. I have never done it before but it makes so much sense.

  14. I had no idea that cooking sprays (non stick) had been in use for years! I don’t remember ever seeing my mom, or anyone, using them in the 60s and 70s (oh I’m old lol)

  15. I learned that 1957 marks the first patent for a no-stick cooking spray 🙂

  16. I learned that in 1992 Pam made the switch to using the healthier Canola oil.
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  17. I learned that in 1992 Pam made the switch to using the healthier Canola oil.
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  18. I learned that Canola oil contains on 7% saturated fat lower than any other common cooking oil

  19. I learned Flip your way to delicious grilled cooking by spraying PAM® Grilling on the cold grill, tongs, skewers and grill baskets. This will keep your flavourful meats, kabobs and veggies from sticking and your mouth-watering meal intact.

  20. I learnt that I can use PAM Grilling on fish and seafood before searing them on the grill – not just spray it on the grill.

  21. I learned that eggplant, corn (in or out of its husk), potatoes, zucchini, asparagus, carrots, portobello mushrooms and peppers can all go directly on the grill.

  22. I learned that you can get pam olive oil flavour.. karasceviour at hotmail dot com

  23. I learned that in 1992 PAM made the switch to canola oil, reducing saturated fats. This made PAM not only a convenient choice for cooking but also, an obvious choice for healthier eating.

  24. I learned to Flip your way to delicious grilled cooking by spraying PAM Grilling on the cold grill, tongs, skewers and grill baskets. This will keep your flavourful meats, kabobs and veggies from sticking and your mouth-watering meal intact!

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  25. I learned there was a patent for cooking spray in 1957, wholly even before I was born! Seriously the first spray I seen was by Mazola in the early 80s and then remember seeing Pam after that, interesting:)

  26. I had no idea PAM stands for a Product of Arthur Meyerhoff & was founded in 1959. I found out PAM can be used for alot more than what I had been using it for. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  27. I learned that after grilling you should let your steak sit for 5 minutes. This enables the juices to redistribute throughout the meat, making it moist and flavourful.

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  29. i learned that in 1959 Pam made it onto the market…and the rest they say is history.

  30. I learned going through their tips:
    Flip your way to delicious grilled cooking by spraying PAM® Grilling on the cold grill, tongs, skewers and grill baskets. This will keep your flavourful meats, kabobs and veggies from sticking and your mouth-watering meal intact.

  31. I learned that 1957 marks the first patent for a no-stick cooking spray.
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  32. I learned that After the 90s PAM began to focus on enhancing the taste of food to reposition it as part of the recipe and not just part of the clean-up.

  33. Dec 16
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  34. spraying my utensils with pam before hand will prevent things from sticking – such a simple idea but I never thought of it…no more mucky cookie cutters! (I knew about spraying a *cold* bar-b-q grill with Pam but my husband insists on doing it to a hot grill and it just kind of evaporates!)

  35. I learned I could but down o fat by spraying my grilled cheese with pam instead of using butter. Very cool…never would have ever thought of that.

  36. I learned that if you Use PAM® Grilling on fish and seafood before searing them on the grill. This will add colour and a distinctively delicious texture that’ll leave your guests wanting more.

  37. I learned that you can spray you baking pan with Pam and you then dont need to grease and flour the pan.

  38. I didn’t realize that Pam had been around for 50 years until I took a look at their website.

  39. I learned that besides the original Pam they have Butter Flavoured, Olive Oil, Grilling, and Baking

  40. I learned that I could spray SPAM over chicken and turkey to make it nice and crispy without gooping fatty butter or oil. Seems simple but I never thought to do that, and will do moving forward!

  41. I learned that PAM stands for a Product of Arthur Meyerhoff.
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  43. To get delicious results every time you grill, select tender foods or marinate the meat to tenderize. Spray the grill with PAM® Grilling to bring out the flavour even more.

  44. I learned they have a PAM product made especially for grilling. This is something I could really use!

  45. 1957 marks the first patent for a no-stick cooking spray. PAM Products, Inc. was founded in 1959 by Arthur Meyerhoff, Sr. and Leon Rubin. PAM stands for a Product of Arthur Meyerhoff.

    *this is very interesting and didn’t know it existed since 1957.

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  47. i learned that After grilling, let your steak sit for 5 minutes. The juices will redistribute throughout the meat, making it moist and flavourful.

  48. Pam uses canola oil which has only 7% saturated fat. 93% are good for you fats I honestly did not know that!

  49. Spay your oatmeal pan befoe you cook it. Never even knew this trick to avoid messy cleanup.

  50. I learned to spray Chicken or Turkey to get crispy skin. Never thought of that. Will definately try it next time I roast a chicken.

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