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Fry light vs. pure vegetable oil spray

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codolod Sat 16-Jan-16 16:19:56

Filippo Berio oil is 1/2 syn for 7 sprays smile We had some in our raffle prize this week with some ASDA Extra Special Marabel Potatoes, which apparently taste like they have butter on without adding anything!

I agree about the fry-light though, we had a fry up this morning and the tomatoes had a funny taste..

runmum78 Fri 15-Jan-16 11:08:21

I've tried the tesco sunflower oil spray and I'm impressed, I haven't synned it because I don't use that much.
Frylight has ruined all my tefal pans!!

Buttwing Tue 12-Jan-16 20:15:31

Spray oil is 7 sprays for half a syn. I much prefer it too and the Filipo Berrio olive oil spray.

annatha Mon 11-Jan-16 18:34:47

Nice one thanks both. I'm the same Barbara, I'd rather have a tiny bit of real oil over whatever else is in Fry Light or the likes and sweetener makes me feel sick, no sugar is tastier than fake sugar.

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Welliesandwings Mon 11-Jan-16 15:13:17

I agree. I bought Tesco rapeseed oil spray as I think the frylight has a funny smell and for one extra calorie per spray, I can live with that.

BarbaraofSeville Mon 11-Jan-16 14:03:03

As long as you don't go mad, spray oil will be absolutely fine. I avoid all the artificial crap that SW suggests and stick to the free real food including an oil spray and still lose, as long as I aren’t going off plan with too many syns due to too much white bread, booze, cake, crisps etc.

SW isn’t a magic spell that has to be followed to the letter to work, it’s simply a calorie/fat/sugar controlled diet, so an extra few calories due to using normal oil instead of frylight isn’t going to matter a jot.

annatha Mon 11-Jan-16 00:56:44

I was going to buy fry light but for half the price tesco had pure oil sprays- 2 cals per spray opposed to 1 cal in fry light. If I use sparingly do you reckon it's still free?

Also those who use fry light- is it just one spray that's free? I've only fried mushrooms in my oil spray so far and needed 2.

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