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Using fry light

#1
Hey everyone was just wondering if anyone has ever used the frylight olive oil as a dressing on salads just like you would use ordinary olive oil?

I love salsa and i usually make my own but i use a lot of syns using olive oil so I wonder if the frylight version would be nice when used raw (not frying etc) and give me syn free salsa
 
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#2
Well of course you could use that but are you aware that Frylight also do a range of spray salad dressings? They do a Caesar one which I havent tried, but was informed is quite nice, (I am not really a big parmesan fan so wouldnt bother with that one) and also a Balsamic one which I can say having used it a lot is tasty and makes salad a bit more interesting.
 
#3
to be honest,i'm not sure. It could be gloopy but then the slad stuff is fine.Try it on something small and inexpensive like a alettuce leaf first.
 
#5
yeah i have used the others but have only used the olive oil one in frying and roasting suppose I may as well just try it raw and hope for the best lol
 

moomintrolljen

Will be thin god dammit!!
#7
I licked some off my finger once when it was raw and it wasnt too pleasant tbh.....defo try the saladlight though its lovely x
 

mum of 2

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#8
I was wondering too as I could just eat and eat pasta with olive oil on. When i bought fry light the other day I wondered if I could spray it on pasta instead of using normal olive oil.
 


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