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Several months ago I was watching a Pam Cooking Spray commercial (which is suprising since I don't watch many commercials since we got a DVR) and I noticed them spraying Pam into boiling water before they added their spaghetti noodles. I was kind of suprised and wondered why they would do that, I figured it had to be to keep the noodles from sticking to the bottom of the pan, which I tend to have trouble with when I cook macaroni and cheese. So, of course I had to give it a try. The next time I was boiling water for macaroni and cheese I sprayed a little Pam into the water before adding the noodles, and guess what??? The noodles didn't stick! So this has become my go-to trick when cooking noodles, I spray in a little cooking spray before adding noodles. So now my question is did everyone but me already know this? Or are you all as shocked by it as me?