is pam cooking spray vegan ? (original made with canola oil)?

just curious , it’s a lot easier to just throw that on tofu rather than getting out the vegetable oil and then spilling it.

Answer 1

Everything else looks vegan, but Propellant?? I don’t know what that might mean exactly in terms of food. I’d have to look it up & I can’t easily do that at the moment.

But, I don’t use that crap anyway. You’re much better off just using olive oil or other vegetable oil. It’s much healthier for both you (and whoever else might be eating the food) and the environment. As far as I know, Pam spray only comes in aerosol cans.

Answer 2

Vegan Cooking Spray

Answer 3

Yes it looks vegan. some brands have milk in them, I know this from experience so watch out. But that Pam spray sounds fine.

Answer 4

each of them provide a different blend of nutrients and that is why a variety of both highly recommended by nutritionists and dietitians.

Answer 5

Fruit and Vegetables both are too Important for our body and the two are tasty so I like both.. and both are packed with VitaminsA, E, B, C and.. minerals.. and packed with energy with protein

Answer 6

The propellant would be C02 Carbon dioxide, the stuff plants breath in, and we breath out, so it’s vegan.

Answer 7

I’ve done some research on ‘propellant’ before, and I always come up empty handed.It looks fine though.

Although, PAM is owned by ConAgra Foods, who owns meat plants in which outbreaks of E.Coli O157:H7 have occurred.They also treat their workers like sh*t.

Answer 8

sounds OK to me.

Try getting a spray bottle and filling it with vegetable oil or whatever else you use, that might help if you’re worried still.

Answer 9

None of those are animal products so yes.

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