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Misto Brushed Aluminum Oil Sprayer - 5061116
Misto is a reusable oil spray and mister bottle that gives you the convenience and health benefits of typical aerosol sprayers but in a more healthy, economical and environmental wayFill Misto with your favorite oils, Vinegars, Lemon and Lime Juice, Sherry, or Marsala Wine; Great for Dressing Salads, Breads, or CookingEasy to use pump style cap features a 2 step operation: Simply pump the container, then and press the valve on the pressurized sprayer for an even mistEnvironmentally friendly, the non aerosol sprayer doesn't use chemical propellants, and it's refillable, so no more throwing cans away to end up in landfillsMISTO is BPA free threading the cap on incorrectly allows air to escape and in turn does not allow the bottle to build up pressure to spray
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60 Reddit comments about Misto Brushed Aluminum Oil Sprayer - 5061116:

u/seamonkee · 29 pointsr/AskReddit

buy one of these and add water. Scented water if you're feeling pretty.

u/Amarsir · 22 pointsr/loseit

I have a Misto oil sprayer (*Version*=1&*entries*=0) and it works great with any fine oil. But I support your brush-on idea.

I find a lot of things don't need oil at all. If I am (for example) going to brown some onions, I'll lubricate a non-stick pan with a little chicken or vegetable stock. Adds flavor and achieves the goal without adding oil calories at all.

u/zephyrlily · 21 pointsr/Cooking

I love my Misto for this. Just a light coating of oil, but not so much that they feel greasy.

Bonus because it's also great for popcorn, or garlic bread.

u/beev · 19 pointsr/1200isplenty

Calorie-free pan stray isn't actually calorie free. The serving size is just so small that they are legally allowed to list it as 0 calories. It's just regular oil in a spray can. You can just buy [this] ( and use your own oil. That's what we do in my house.

u/Snowy_penguin · 9 pointsr/LifeProTips
u/domoniquelauren · 7 pointsr/1200isplenty

Cooking spray is only LISTED as 0 calories if you use a 1/3 of one second spray. It still has calories and most people usually use more. I always log it for 9 calories/ 1 second spray.

That being said it is a very good way to use MUCH less oil to cover a bigger surface area. I don't know if the sell it in Sweden but you can get a mister bottle like this to make your own!

u/plutoniumhead · 6 pointsr/castiron

THIS. OP: You won't ruin your pan, but if you use Pam you're eventually going to have to strip that gummy silicone residue off and re-season. There's never really a good reason to use Pam.

EDIT: I suggest the Misto sprayer, or one like it, and using an oil that has a high smoke-point (grape seed, peanut) so you can use it virtually all the time.

u/slick8086 · 5 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

One way to use less oil is to use a spray bottle (one designed for oil). it still coats the food but you use less of it.

u/lmFairlyLocal · 5 pointsr/ZeroWaste

If you use oils you can buy something like This Can that allows you to fill with your own oils and spray so you don't need to buy aerosol containers or waste money on overpriced oil cans.

u/ragincarnage · 5 pointsr/food

One of these

u/midwestpirate · 4 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I suggest
We have this one and like it, the hand sprayer one looks like it would work well also.

u/travio · 4 pointsr/Cooking

Get a Misto and just use your oil of choice.

u/somekindaqueer · 4 pointsr/vegan

I hated the waste from aerosol cans as well. I switched to the Misto and it has worked wonderfully for me. You might want to give it a try too!

u/Renovatio_ · 4 pointsr/recipes

>Her gastro doc is taking things very slowly and deliberately

He's probably just using some algorithm. He's probably checking for some sort of lactose intolerance, gall bladder disease, other stuff before he goes into (expensive) diagnostic testing.

Anyway, roasting typically used oil to the best flavor/texture. Steaming should be your go to for veggies. A bunch of veg is pretty darn tasty if steamed correctly; cabbage, spinach, broccoli, carrots; add some salt/pepper, maybe some lemon juice for brightness and you have a staple veg for every meal.

Fish in foil is a good one too, you can reduce/omit the oil and still be okay.
If you want to minimize, but not completely omit oil in a recipe (say grilling chicken breast or salad). Check out the misto

u/Zombie_Lover · 3 pointsr/meat

Use a Misto. You can use whatever oil you like, so even infused olive oils are a possibility. It uses a simple pump to pressurize. I have four for my choices.

u/munga · 3 pointsr/food

if you don't have a whirley-pop just grab a dutch oven and follow a process similar to this. i do like the whirley-pops tho

i like to use butter since that's the taste i grew up with, and you can melt some butter and place it in a misto olive oil sprayer to get the flavor without the sogginess. after that, just some plain salt for me

u/blh75 · 3 pointsr/fitmeals

My wife bought a pump up oil sprayer. It works great. This is the one we got.

u/MesmericDischord · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Grab a misto oil sprayer or something like it.

Remember that oil spoils over a short period of time, so only put small amounts in the sprayer and clean it regularly.

u/bartmanx · 3 pointsr/leangains

I too enjoy cooking with oil that's sprayed on.

Also, agree that roasted veggies are far better than steamed; weather you use oil or not. Alternative to chilly flakes is garlic (and olive oil).

BTW: you can get sprays in disposable aerosol cans, but also one of these reusable bottles:

u/Duke_Phelan · 3 pointsr/politics

Getting oil/fat on every square inch. I don't mean that in "make it unhealthy" but that's how it's going to crisp up. If you have an oil mister that'll do wonders with light, even coats.

u/caught_thought · 2 pointsr/AskCulinary

Like other people have said, don't oil the water, just liberal amounts of salt--sometimes I add a bay leaf, but honestly I can't tell the difference with or without it. You don't really want to put oil on the pasta even after you've rinsed it because in general you want the pasta sauce to stick to the noodles and mix with the noodle starch.

I generally only add oil to my noodles if they are going to be sitting without sauce for a while (after I've served the first round). Or (obviously) if I'm just using olive oil as the sauce.

Get yourself one of these:

You put your oil in the bottle and give the top a few pumps and then it sprays out. Noodles really don't need a lot of oil to keep from sticking to each other and this helps you just finely coat it. Also great for oiling up baking pans and evenly spreading salad dressings (can't have any sort of debris in it though).

u/desafinado · 2 pointsr/PSMF

I spent $8 on an oil mister spray thingy that you can hand pump. Olive oil in that, give the tray of veggies a very quick spray-over. I tested it out on a scale and it's like a gram of oil, so I don't bother counting that fat it since it's spread out over 2-3 servings of vegetables on a big tray.

With that method, I get a pretty good roasty char on things like cauliflower and broccoli.

edit: Here's an example of a mister that's similar to mine

u/valentinedoux · 2 pointsr/DIYBeauty

I think this one probably will give a fine mist without nitrogen.

u/valadil · 2 pointsr/food

Try Misto as a compromise. It's a sprayer that you fill with whatever oil you like. Then it sprays on like pam. You end up using way less oil, but it's still good, pure olive oil instead of aerosol crap.

u/Torrenthurder · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

Misto Olive Oil Sprayer. You can spray other stuff with it too I guess.

u/Jynxers · 2 pointsr/loseit

I recommend a Misto or something similar.

You just fill it with whatever oil you prefer then you can spray it out. If you want to be super accurate with the calorie counting, you can just weigh the misto before and after spraying so you know how many grams of oil you've used.

u/BladeofDaNorf · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

You can buy a pump sprayer and refill any time. Love mine.

u/jeepers222 · 2 pointsr/loseit

For roasting, I don't use anything, but for pan stuff I use an oil sprayer. One quick spray, I count it as a 1/4 teaspoon oil and it's enough to coat the pan.

u/tigasone · 2 pointsr/sousvide

I use a misto to spray oil when I sear. It works very well and is a lot cheaper

u/Iracus · 2 pointsr/cocktails

$10 with free shipping (if you have prime, but who wouldn't have prime). You can even get it in the color of eggplant!

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I use one of these filled with olive oil for greasing pans. If you're currently just dumping olive oil in the pan, it will cut down on the amount you use by a lot.

u/bc2zb · 2 pointsr/Cooking

Aerosolized cooking sprays (like pam) use some sort of pressurized gas to carry the oil. This carrier spray can dissolve non stick coatings. That's why it's a bad idea to use pam. You can get a misto or use a regular spray bottle to spray down your grill with oil. I like coconut oil for my high heat cooking, but it has to be around 80 degrees fahrenheit to be liquid.

EDIT: You can use whatever oil you think is healthy, as long as its refined. No extra virgin oils.

u/wweezzee · 2 pointsr/1200isplenty

Can you get one of those misto thingies?

You can fill with the oil of your choice.

u/hdsrob · 2 pointsr/DIY

I'd get an olive oil mister.

You fill it with liquid, pump it up, and spray away. Should work great for water.

That's a well known one, but I know that you can get cheaper ones at cooking stores.

u/zajhein · 2 pointsr/CookingForOne

This is a great alternative to pam and the rest since you can keep using it forever with any oil you choose. Just takes a little bit to pump up to get pressure, the more times you pump it the finer the mist of oil it sprays.

u/thejewishgun · 2 pointsr/recipes

While I like your simple recipe, I would not call pam cheaper than normal cooking oil. All it is is vegetable oil and it's like $5 for a can that is what? 5-6 ounces? You can buy a lot of vegetable oil for that price. Even olive oil is more economical than pam. And if you really want your oil as a spray you can get a $10 oil sprayer that will work just as well as pam.

u/Narissis · 2 pointsr/loseit

> I have a Misto oil sprayer (*Version*=1&*entries*=0) and it works great with any fine oil. But I support your brush-on idea.

How well does it work at actually misting the oil? I have an oil sprayer that looks like a knockoff of the Misto, and it'd be more accurate to call it a "squirter" than a "sprayer".

u/BFTCthrowaway · 1 pointr/BTFC

Sorry for huge blob! I picked some random ones, I just couldn't choose:) Quick veggie only things:

Roasted vegetables- chop veggies and spritz with olive oil(you can get cheap sprayers like this at TJ Maxx then add spices cook at 400 until lightly browned/crispy (time varies depending on preference for how mushy/cooked you want stuff) good combos: onion, bell peppers with a zesty spice blend

Zucchini, celery, onion, and summer squash with salt/pepper, oregano, garlic, and thyme

Brussel sprouts, asparagus, and cauliflower with salt/pepper, oregano, thyme, garlic, and basil. A sage and rosemary combo is good too

Kale or zucchini chips- cut really thin for the zucchini so they'll get crisp, spray with olive oil, add salt and fresh ground pepper, cook at 450

Zucchini noodles-great replacement for pasta, I honestly like them better! Really easy too

Kale Salad- kale, carrot, green onions, toasted sesame seed with ginger soy dressing. I usually make my own but you can also buy it in stores

Spring Rolls

For a bit of protien with your veggies:
lentil soup ,page 2

tortilla soup it's like a bean Chile, I always add in a bag of frozen corn too. Mine is a vegetarian adaption of my mom's recipe so if you like chicken add a pound of shredded chicken and use chicken broth:)

healthy stuffed mushrooms

quinoa spinach "meatballs"

mango zucchini lettuce wraps

tikil gomen Ethiopian spiced cabbage

sweet potato tacos I personally don't use the honey ever

I also stir fry veggies a lot and try different combos, one kinda different one I like is onion, yellow bell pepper and edamame with turmeric, cardamom, cumin added while I'm stir frying it plus a dash of salt and pepper! And I've got about 70 billion more recipes to choose from.

u/anana-c · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty
u/JoshuW · 1 pointr/Cooking

Make your own croutons. Cube the bread, spray with olive oil (Can't live without my Misto), season with salt, garlic, whatever-else-you-want. Then bake in the oven on about 250-300 until crispy all the way through.

Great on salads or served with soup instead of crackers.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/BTFC

Non-mobile: this

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u/Ezl · 1 pointr/funny

I actually prefer this.

u/RobLives4Love · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

the oil/vinegar sprayer - on a diet and it would help immensely - big fan of red wine vinegar

u/ElDuderino103 · 1 pointr/funny

I bought one of these things a while ago. It works pretty well.

u/linkfpcm · 1 pointr/food

Use one of these

u/tomyownrhythm · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Not a recipe, more of a tip: get an olive oil sprayer (I have this one). They're cheap, healthier than cooking sprays, and don't have that weird after taste.

u/Rhesonance · 1 pointr/AskReddit

It's pretty easy to make your own. Just buy one of these and fill it with fuel of your choice.

When I originally got it I filled it with isopropyl to use it in my first aid kit. Then I realized, "holy shit, this stuff is flammable!"

u/bizaromo · 1 pointr/1200isplenty

Cast iron skillet, and a teaspoon of olive oil or butter. Or a spritz from a misto.

u/FriendVriendin · 1 pointr/VegRecipes

When I'm trying to minimize using fat, I use this mist sprayer. You could try lightly spraying everything with oil or melted butter and roasting it all together in the oven rather than frying. There will be less fat soaking into the tofu and veg.

u/tanq_n_chronic · 1 pointr/bartenders

Put chartreuse (I prefer green for this, but use whichever you prefer) in an atomizer like this one, and then use it like a flamethrower on top of the hot chocolate. Extra points if you float marshmallows on top of the chocolate and caramelize them with the chartreuse flame.

edit: formatting

u/Landoperk · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Sir. Let me introduce you to the Misto. Fill this bad boy with soy sauce and away you go.

u/ihopethisisvalid · 1 pointr/AskCulinary
u/dancemasterv · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My favorite TV character is Tommy, the Green Ranger from Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. He has a sweet dragon dagger which is also a wind instrument that he uses to call forth Dragonzord. There is no one cooler than the Green Ranger. Even the Pink Ranger loves him.

Boom! Roasted.

u/MeishkaD · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love the soft kitty song! Sadly my shirt was too expensive so how about something for the kitchen

u/fuzzyfractal42 · 1 pointr/castiron

Those spray cans of oil are hugely marked up from a regular bottle of cooking oil. They do make refillable spray bottles though: Misto Brushed Aluminum Olive Oil Sprayer

u/RobotPigOverlord · 1 pointr/xxketo

I use something like this to mist a thin layer of oil on the almonds

Misto Brushed Aluminum Olive Oil Sprayer

Then the spices will stick to the almonds

u/suzettewhatever · 1 pointr/keto
u/Sycosys · 1 pointr/askscience

I have a great Gizmo for making my own Spray oil..

its called a Misto and it it designed to be pumped up with air.

im sure there are all manner of devices for doing similar things with other liquids.