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    somebody Guest

    Default spray on cooking oil

    I was going to use a pan earlier, to make a fried egg, but decided I
    wasn't really that hungry and left it. Left the pan sprayed with
    Kroger canola oil... How long does that keep at room temp?

    I guess best to do what mom used to always say about food. "When in
    doubt, throw it out"... Never really gave it much thought till the
    one time I ate at a Wendy's back when they had a salad bar. Dressing
    tasted a little funny but I was really hungry.

    Next day, I threw up till I couldn't throw up any more. And then
    threw up some more... My dad actually almost ran over me because I
    fainted while he was backing the car. Then they took my illness more
    serious... I remember the car tire coming at my head and thinking
    "oh, there's a car tire coming at my head" but not being in the least
    concerned... I actually lost a day out of my life when they took me
    to the Penn State ER. (I hate to think what I mumbled in my sleep
    during that time. Mom was not a swearer and I had a vague
    recollection when I came out of it of tossing and turning constantly,
    and swearing over and over.

    Sorry, if I got a bit OT. But it was cooking related. Or, at least
    food preparation related. And I do wonder about the cooking oil on
    the pan.

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    Julie Bove Guest

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    "somebody" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    >I was going to use a pan earlier, to make a fried egg, but decided I
    > wasn't really that hungry and left it. Left the pan sprayed with
    > Kroger canola oil... How long does that keep at room temp?
    >
    > I guess best to do what mom used to always say about food. "When in
    > doubt, throw it out"... Never really gave it much thought till the
    > one time I ate at a Wendy's back when they had a salad bar. Dressing
    > tasted a little funny but I was really hungry.
    >
    > Next day, I threw up till I couldn't throw up any more. And then
    > threw up some more... My dad actually almost ran over me because I
    > fainted while he was backing the car. Then they took my illness more
    > serious... I remember the car tire coming at my head and thinking
    > "oh, there's a car tire coming at my head" but not being in the least
    > concerned... I actually lost a day out of my life when they took me
    > to the Penn State ER. (I hate to think what I mumbled in my sleep
    > during that time. Mom was not a swearer and I had a vague
    > recollection when I came out of it of tossing and turning constantly,
    > and swearing over and over.
    >
    > Sorry, if I got a bit OT. But it was cooking related. Or, at least
    > food preparation related. And I do wonder about the cooking oil on
    > the pan.


    The only problem with that scenario is that oil left out like that will
    collect dust. Best to just wash it off and start over when you need it.



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    Sqwertz Guest

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    On Sat, 14 Apr 2012 17:44:03 -0700 (PDT), somebody wrote:

    > I was going to use a pan earlier, to make a fried egg, but decided I
    > wasn't really that hungry and left it. Left the pan sprayed with
    > Kroger canola oil... How long does that keep at room temp?

    ....
    > Sorry, if I got a bit OT.


    Yes, you did.

    The oil is fine. You store it at room temperature, don't you? Then
    it will be fine in the pan, too. Of course it can collect dust and
    curious little bugs may try and drink it, accidentally falling into
    it. Or stuff may grow underneath it if the pan wasn't clean. Or it
    may oxidize and taste bad if you leave it there for a week or three.

    But considering it was what, about $.005 worth of oil, maybe you could
    just rinse it out and start fresh. It's up to you.

    -sw

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    somebody Guest

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    On Apr 15, 12:12*am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    > "somebody" <tom.ungvar...@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]...


    > >I was going to use a pan earlier, to make a fried egg, but decided I
    > > wasn't really that hungry and left it. *Left the pan sprayed with
    > > Kroger canola oil... * How long does that keep at room temp?

    >
    > > Sorry, if I got a bit OT. *But it was cooking related. *Or, at least
    > > food preparation related. *And I do wonder about the cooking oil on
    > > the pan.

    >
    > The only problem with that scenario is that oil left out like that will
    > collect dust. *Best to just wash it off and start over when you need it..


    I read somewhere dust is like 90% flakes of skin... I did just wash
    the pan and reuse it. Thanks for your advice.
    http://www.ehow.com/facts_4968425_wh...dust-made.html

    Luckily, my parents did not have carpet in the bedrooms when I grew
    up. Allergist said I showed no signs of allergy to dust mites, but
    common with people that grow up with carpeting.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dust#Do...ust_and_humans

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    Nunya Bidnits Guest

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    somebody <[email protected]> wrote:
    > I was going to use a pan earlier, to make a fried egg, but decided I
    > wasn't really that hungry and left it. Left the pan sprayed with
    > Kroger canola oil... How long does that keep at room temp?


    Millenia. Ancient Egyptians used cheap store brand spray oil to preserve
    mummies (even though they could easily afford Pam on a Pharoah's salary).



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    Brooklyn1 Guest

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    "Julie Bove" wrote:
    >>tom.ungvarsky wrote:
    >>I was going to use a pan earlier, to make a fried egg, but decided I
    >> wasn't really that hungry and left it. Left the pan sprayed with
    >> Kroger canola oil... How long does that keep at room temp?
    >>
    >> I guess best to do what mom used to always say about food. "When in
    >> doubt, throw it out"... Never really gave it much thought till the
    >> one time I ate at a Wendy's back when they had a salad bar. Dressing
    >> tasted a little funny but I was really hungry.
    >>
    >> Next day, I threw up till I couldn't throw up any more. And then
    >> threw up some more... My dad actually almost ran over me because I
    >> fainted while he was backing the car. Then they took my illness more
    >> serious... I remember the car tire coming at my head and thinking
    >> "oh, there's a car tire coming at my head" but not being in the least
    >> concerned... I actually lost a day out of my life when they took me
    >> to the Penn State ER. (I hate to think what I mumbled in my sleep
    >> during that time. Mom was not a swearer and I had a vague
    >> recollection when I came out of it of tossing and turning constantly,
    >> and swearing over and over.
    >>
    >> Sorry, if I got a bit OT. But it was cooking related. Or, at least
    >> food preparation related. And I do wonder about the cooking oil on
    >> the pan.

    >
    >The only problem with that scenario is that oil left out like that will
    >collect dust. Best to just wash it off and start over when you need it.


    I prepare food in a pan to be fried early in the day all the time,
    often the night before... got a slab of london broil already prepped
    for tonight's dinner, cover the pan and stick it in the fridge.
    If I left an oiled pan out it wouldn't be ten minutes before some
    little tongues would lap it clean.

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    somebody Guest

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    On Apr 15, 10:14 am, "Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidn...@eternal-
    september.invalid> wrote:
    > somebody <tom.ungvar...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > > I was going to use a pan earlier, to make a fried egg, but decided I
    > > wasn't really that hungry and left it. Left the pan sprayed with
    > > Kroger canola oil... How long does that keep at room temp?

    >
    > Millenia. Ancient Egyptians used cheap store brand spray oil to preserve
    > mummies (even though they could easily afford Pam on a Pharoah's salary).


    Hey, my sister is not cheap!

    And I looked up what you referred to... and found this: "The two less
    expensive forms of mummification that Herodotus mentions did not
    involve the complete evisceration of the body. In a second method,
    which was also used for animal mummification, oil of cedar was
    injected into the anus, which was then plugged to prevent the liquid
    from escaping."
    http://www.touregypt.net/featurestor...mification.htm

    So who was the genius that discovered this?


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