Kowalski's Extra Virgin Olive Oil Cooking Spray

Extra Virgin Olive Oil Cooking Spray

Many cooking sprays contain an emulsifier called lecithin. Because lecithin burns at lower temperatures, it can cook onto your pans, causing residue buildup that can degrade the coating on nonstick cookware and potentially void your warranty. Cooking sprays often also contain other additives, like the antifoaming agent dimethyl silicone, and chemical propellants, such as propane and butane.

Our cooking spray is made with just one ingredient: olive oil. It's cold-pressed from premium Italian olives to extract maximum flavor and retain the olives' beneficial properties. There's no propellants or additives, so it won't damage your pans. Beyond this, the unique triple-action spray canister allows you to spray, stream or drip the oil according to the needs of your recipe.

Find it in the Grocery Department.