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is this right?


Silver Member
S: 19st13lb C: 15st9lb G: 12st0lb Loss: 4st4lb(21.51%)
Daughter went to her group last night and the consultant told the group that when they had finished a pot of frylight , all they had to do was pour some normal oil and some water into the pot and give it a shake and it's the same as frylight ??
is that right or what ??
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Slow but sure....
S: 22st0lb C: 19st7lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 55.1 Loss: 2st7lb(11.36%)
You can buy special canisters now (Lakeland do them) and you put in a mix of oil and water and make your own frylight.

I suppose it would depend on what sort of oil you use, and how much of it you use too.


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S: 16st3lb G: 12st0lb
Grabbed off the web somewhere -

If you get hold of one of those spray bottles from a garden centre (the kind for misting houseplants) you can fill it about 1/5 with whatever oil you like.Top up with 4/5 water.When you want to use it shake vigorously and spray a hot pan.The water should evaporate in the heat and leave a fine mist of oil


Finding inspiration
S: 17st9lb C: 14st5lb G: 12st7lb Loss: 3st4lb(18.62%)
I think Frylight has alcohol in it also, to sort of hold the emulsion of oil and liquid... but I don't know how much it would affect it if you made your own. If there's instructions on the internet, then it's worth a try I suppose.


Mad old Bat with Attitude
S: 14st5lb
But how would you know the calorie count of each spray? I bet it would silt up, the lakeland one does.


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S: 11st10lb C: 11st0.5lb G: 9st7lb Loss: 0st9.5lb(5.79%)
Stick with frylight just to be on the safe side!

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