Q: Do you recommend nonstick, spray-on oil?
Lynne: No. If you want a thin film of oil on your pan, take a good quality oil, moisten a paper towel with it and rub it on the pan. You won't get anymore fat than you would get from a cooking spray. Most of the time the stuff in those sprays tastes quite terrible. If you read the label, you will see that there is a lot of stuff in the sprays that you don't need. Keep good olive oil or cold-pressed vegetable oil on hand. Cold-pressed means it hasn't been hydrogenated or treated with heat. This process leaves more nutrients intact. Using oil and a paper towel will save yourself a lot of money, too!