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Cornhusker Kitchen Gourmet Duck Fat Spray Cooking Oil - All-Natu

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Cornhusker Kitchen Gourmet Duck Fat Spray Cooking Oil - All-Natu

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How to use Gourmet Duck Fat Spray

Use Duck Fat Spray as a non-stick coating vs. those other name brands that are getting some bad press for all the additives they include. (Our spray has none of those nasties.) Lightly spray Duck Fat Spray directly onto your pan or baking dish before cooking/baking. We also recommend applying Duck Fat Spray atop your food to give baked goods this amazingly flaky outer shell, vegetables a versatile coat, and more. Now your herbs and spices will stick to your food for a livelier meal.

If you’ve ever shaken your can of Duck Fat Spray and heard a thud, don’t be alarmed. Inside a can of Duck Fat Spray, there’s a bag of duck fat surrounded by clean compressed air. When you shake it and hear a thud, that’s just the bag of duck fat moving inside of the can.

What to do if my Gourmet Duck Fat Spray stop spraying

Is your spray nozzle clogged? Unfortunately, this can happen from time to time. If your spray stopped working, try this: remove spray tip and run under very hot water, rinsing from the bottom side OR place spray tip in a cup of very hot water. Before replacing the spray tip, place the end of the straw in a cup of water to test the spray. If need be, repeat the process above.

How to store Gourmet Duck Fat Spray?

We strongly recommend storing Gourmet Duck Fat Spray in your pantry or countertop to keep the spray nozzle clear. Duck Fat Spray can be conveniently stored between 65-90˚ F.

What makes Gourmet Duck Fat Spray reusable and recyclable?

Gourmet Duck Fat Spray is reusable because of its high smoke point. It’s harder for breakdown to occur, so duck fat can be used again if you like. However, because you use so little with each spray, it’s unlikely you will need to.

What makes our USA manufactured product recyclable is that we use a recycled, biodegradable can. We like that and know you do, too.

Cornhusker Kitchen Gourmet Duck Fat Spray Cooking Oil - All-Natu

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