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    fat free canola oil spray???

    Hey guys

    This question will strike you as ridiculous, but I think it's worth asking.

    I use fat free, calorie free, carb free canola oil cooking spray when I fry my chicken breast for the day. The chicken breast comes out tasting juicy and tender. It's amazing and I love it, but it's almost too good to be true. I'm wondering if the extreme heat is catalyzing some sort of reaction that will result in, well.... the creation of fat. Is it ok to fry chicken breast in such a cooking spray? Or is the protein being destroyed and the 'fat free' cooking oil somehow saturating the chicken breast with fat?

    Please help!!! I don't want to give up this recipe!!!

    -Richie
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    Originally Posted by PianomanRichie
    Hey guys

    I use fat free, calorie free, carb free canola oil cooking spray

    -Richie
    O'rly...........I bet it's great for deep frying then.
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    Fat-free cooking spray is not fat free. They just scale down the serving size until they can round down the fat (its gotta be below 1/2 g of fat or under 5 calories). If you look on the back I'm sure it wil say for a 1/4 to a 1/3 sec spray is a serving.

    The reason its coming out juicy is because your still using fat. Unless your putting a whole lot on it though it shouldn't be too bad. Canola oils good for you anyways.
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    unless you're CUTTING, why stay away from real canola oil? that's some good fat right there!
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    Well first it is real canola oil in the can. Its just been mixed with a propellant and soy lecithin which is just an emulsifier.

    Second, I think it kinda helps with some people that way you tend not to overdo it ya know? But I see where your coming from.

    It is alot easier though to coat a pan with spray then have to use a larger amount of oil and spread it around.
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    Are there any "Healthy Alternatives" then? I do not own a grill or anything like that...would it be possible to cook it in lemon juice on a skillet?
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    Just use the spray. If you're really worried about using too much, wipe off the excess from the pan with a paper towel before cooknig the food. I use spray Pam religiously, and still manage to keep my cutting diet.
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    Originally Posted by PianomanRichie

    I use fat free, calorie free, carb free canola oil cooking spray when I fry my chicken breast for the day. The chicken breast comes out tasting juicy and tender. It's amazing and I love it, but it's almost too good to be true. I'm wondering if the extreme heat is catalyzing some sort of reaction that will result in, well.... the creation of fat. Is it ok to fry chicken breast in such a cooking spray? Or is the protein being destroyed and the 'fat free' cooking oil somehow saturating the chicken breast with fat?
    The protein is not being "destroyed". The fats are healthy and you need them whether cutting or bulking. Read more about canola here.
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    Canola like all other processed oils are not ok to consume. They are oxidized oils and should be avoided at all costs. Either use a different cooking method like baking, broiling or grilling, or use a heat friendly oil like (eg) lard, coconut oil or butter. Unless the oil is a first cold pressed oil, use something else.
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    Originally Posted by garlichead
    Canola like all other processed oils are not ok to consume. They are oxidized oils and should be avoided at all costs. Either use a different cooking method like baking, broiling or grilling, or use a heat friendly oil like (eg) lard, coconut oil or butter. Unless the oil is a first cold pressed oil, use something else.
    What happens when you use a non- heat friendly oil? Isnt' lard full of high saturated fats and cholesterol? Butter is mostly saturated fat right?
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    Originally Posted by garlichead
    Canola like all other processed oils are not ok to consume. They are oxidized oils and should be avoided at all costs. Either use a different cooking method like baking, broiling or grilling, or use a heat friendly oil like (eg) lard, coconut oil or butter. Unless the oil is a first cold pressed oil, use something else.

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