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    Chicken fried in olive oil and then drained for PPWO

    Allowed,since it contains some fat?

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    wouldnt know how much fat is in it. It depends on if the meat is able to absorbe fat when frying or not. But havent found any answere on that yet

    Does drain mean you let the fat dripp off or is it something else?

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    Yep bro, thats what it means, I let it drip off, and since its really hot some of it evaporates off

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    I'd pan fry it w/Pam or use the foreman. I don't see any reason/sense in frying chicken for pwo2.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    I'd pan fry it w/Pam or use the foreman. I don't see any reason/sense in frying chicken for pwo2.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    I'd pan fry it w/Pam or use the foreman. I don't see any reason/sense in frying chicken for pwo2.



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    I don't own a foreman (ordered one from the states a few days so it should arrive in like a year or so ), and can't get pam where I live (I'm guessing thats the spray can oil thing right?)

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    ^^ yes it is spray oil, also available in extra virgin witch BTW is best.

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    excuse me for maby beeing stupid. but why not make my own pan? Like pouring olive oil into a bottle used to spray plants with? is it to thick for it to work?

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    we dotn have foreman grills in sweden either but luckily a copy of it. Need to buy it when I have more cash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johan
    excuse me for maby beeing stupid. but why not make my own pan? Like pouring olive oil into a bottle used to spray plants with? is it to thick for it to work?

    Yes, as a matter of fact they make special bottles just for olive oil spraying.
    Prob does'nt work quite as well/messy/pain in the arse... etc.

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    excuse me for maby beeing stupid. but why not make my own pan? Like pouring olive oil into a bottle used to spray plants with? is it to thick for it to work?
    PAM is a special kind of cooking spray that has little to no fat, this is per 1/3 sec spray but if you coat an entire pan with the spray it has negligible amounts of fat. very different from straight Olive Oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giantz11
    PAM is a special kind of cooking spray that has little to no fat, this is per 1/3 sec spray but if you coat an entire pan with the spray it has negligible amounts of fat. very different from straight Olive Oil.
    I didn't know that! I thought its just oil (good fat but still fat) in spray!

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    fried chicken

    Chicken leg, fried flour coated 4oz
    calories : 285 protein : 30 fat:16 carbs: 3

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    I don't use flour...

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    Get a paper towel and hold it over the hole in the Olive oil bottle.

    Wet the towel a bit then wipe the pan with a tiny-thin coating on the bottom, that will repliecate "Pam" spray.

    Cook away.

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    as far as i know, heating olive oil makes it lose a lot of its nutritons and oxides it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Get a paper towel and hold it over the hole in the Olive oil bottle.

    Wet the towel a bit then wipe the pan with a tiny-thin coating on the bottom, that will repliecate "Pam" spray.

    Cook away.

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    Good stuff bro, I'll do that, thanks

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