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Cooking Oil Spray!

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I was at the store yesterday picking up a few things and I don't know what possessed me to suddenly look at the label of my brand of cooking spray but I did. And guess what??? "May have trace amts of wheat and milk"!!!!! Again---who woulda' thunk??? THe name-brand, original Pam does not have that disclaimer. I guess I was under a rock on that one and wanted to warn anyone else that was under that rock with me!!! It may help explain some of those times when you feel like you've been poisoned but you have absolutely no idea why!

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If you get one of the olive oil spritzer cans, you can do just as well as with a Pam type product withoout the chemicals.

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Wait, so what cooking sprays are gluten free?

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We use PAM Original frequently, and have never had a problem.

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We use PAM Original frequently, and have never had a problem.

The only problem I had with Pam is that it has soy in it and I was reacting pretty severely to it early on. Haven't felt like trying it yet but it might be a problem in early stages with anyone who seems to be sensitive to seemingly everything at first.

CS

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"may contain..." is a standard CYA warning for mixed facilities. It does NOT mean that there is gluten in there.

That said, PAM has one cooking spray, one that is dedicated to baking, introduced a year or two ago, that specifically has wheat in it, as an ingredient. (The rest don't.) Crazy! I happen to use Spectrum Organic's Canola spray.

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granted, the "may contain" is as you say. But I have found FOR ME that anything that says that, IS. OFTEN in the past I haven't seen this before eating from it and then get to looking for a reason why I'm having trouble. And everytime I find that disclaimer, is a problem for me. I guess I'm VERY cross-contamination sensitive.

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