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views on frylight?

soshbfly

Silver Member
#2
Here's hoping its allowed! I haven't used the oil in pan and rubbing out with paper suggestion and instead just put a few squirts of FryLight as I imagine its the same... fingers crossed!
 

dukandebut

Goat herder(ess)
#3
The thing is to use as little oil as is possible. So preferably use non-stick pans and silicone baking trays. If you do absolutely need a bit of oil, then either pop a few drops into the pan (or whatever) and then wipe it around and remove the excess with a piece of kitchen roll. If you use Frylight, then do the same spreading around and wiping out with kitchen roll.
 

louschu

Full Member
#4
I've only been using one spray so i'm pretty sure it must be the equivalent of wiping the pan with oil. It can't do that much harm soshbfly judging by your results, they're pretty impressive:)
 

soshbfly

Silver Member
#6
I've only been using one spray so i'm pretty sure it must be the equivalent of wiping the pan with oil. It can't do that much harm soshbfly judging by your results, they're pretty impressive:)
Thanks louschu! I'm quite please, as you can imagine :D.
 

m-mouse

Not very good at this!
#7
It's one of those things again that you may want to review using if you start to stall; if you're losing no reason to change what you are doing, especially since Dr D seems to change his rules at will!
 

dukandebut

Goat herder(ess)
#8
It's one of those things again that you may want to review using if you start to stall; if you're losing no reason to change what you are doing, especially since Dr D seems to change his rules at will!
As Mouse says, it's up to you how strict you want to be with these things.

The least fat possible worked well for me. One thing which really impressed me with Dukan was how it got rid of the excess body fat and left the nice lean muscle.
 


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