When it comes to food, I must say that I truly want something healthy to nourish my family. Mostly. I've jumped on the organic bandwagon (when I can find it available since there's not a huge market for it in my community) and I've thrown out all the scratched up Teflon pans since those can be cancer inducing...egads! But! I'm not one to stand on a soapbox to tell you this is the only way to go and while your at it, cut the gluten, and the carbs, and hold the mayo. It's trendy, I know, but do what you will. You'll be hard pressed to see me pass up a celery stick stuffed with that yellow goo called processed cheese and I'll be the first in line to down a cola any day in the summer. I pass no judgement. Except, let me ask you this (since I read a blog this ayem and was a little thrown), if you were to bother to jump on the gluten free, all organic, lactose free, bandwagon, only to cook it up with a dose of the chemically laden nonstick spray,wouldn't you be defeating your purpose?
Well, maybe I need to read up on cooking spray a bit more before I make such a query. For all intents and purposes, I like to use good old unsalted butter in a pan. That's just me. I did find this article on sprays and thought it was interesting, though. How true it is, I'm not sure. I'm set on looking for ants to test on AND I must say, the notion of spraying down my shower and shower curtain with PAM to avoid a buildup of soap scum just sounds like an accident waiting to happen. Can you just imagine?
Me: Oh, Oh, I'm slipping in the shower. thought: Let me grab onto the shower curtain to catch my fall.
Me: Crap, I've fallen and I can't get up. thought: I knew better than to turn my shower into an oil slick. I went down faster than a greased pig struck by lightin'!
Now that I've given you an amusing visual, Happy Monday, Y'all!