Keep Herbs From Sticking To Your Knife With Cooking Spray

Keep Herbs From Sticking to Your Knife with Cooking Spray

Cooking spray can keep cheese from adhering to a grater and help with scooping sticky ingredients, but it also prevents delicate herbs from getting caught on your knife.

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WonderHowTo suggests:

Sweeping already-diced herbs off the knife as you chop is half the work when prepping for meals. A light mist of cooking spray onthe sharp blade of a knife will help it glide more easily as you cut and chop. Pesky, sticky foods like garlic and onions will no longer cling to the knife blade; instead, they will slide right off, without any assistance from your fingers.

If you don't like using commercial cooking spray, feel free to use an oil mister on your knife.

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Comments

    Kind of defeats the purpose of using fresh herbs if you're going to add in the crap chemicals that are in cooking sprays.

    Probably more useful to just go with the oil mister... using a decent quality oil. ie not canola, etc.

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