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CHRISTINARUST SparkPoints: (753)
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11/9/12 10:53 A

No idea.....it is really expensive considering that you use it so often!

STELLASMYBEBE Posts: 869
10/18/12 10:18 A

I googled it and couldn't find any tips. Only on how to make 'cooking sprays'... Where I live, the spray is cheaper than the real butter. I will buy it occasionally because it does last a long time in my house since I usually use real butter for cooking. If you do find a way to make your own, please share. emoticon

JSKIPPY11 Posts: 208
10/10/12 12:48 P

No idea.. but that is a good thought.. although If I can keep my kids out of it, mine seems to last me a long time, so I think it is worth the money!

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HENRI22 SparkPoints: (21,742)
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10/8/12 9:45 A

Anybody have any ideas on how to make your own butter spray. Love it, but's it's so expensive.

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