We recently bought a very large bottle of vegetable oil. I wanted to pour the oil into a small, easier to use bottle. The oil bottle had a foil cover, so I punched a large hole near the rim and then a small hole above it. The small hole allows air to escape and prevents the oil from "glugging" as it is being poured. Now I can pour it into the small bottle with a funnel without a mess.
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Hi, if you still have a can punch (the ones that make a triangular opening in the top of a can), they can be easily used for this, I use the one on my bottle opener for this. A big triangle where you pour and a tiny one opposite for air equalization.
Good advice. Another suggestion for your oil is to pour some in an old pump type spray bottle. You never need to buy Pam again.
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