A standard 10 inch diameter frying pan was obtained. Using a new container of oil, I lightly sprayed the bottom of the pan, as the container had instructed me, “all over the area to be used”. Without emptying the pan, I repeated the same spray pattern 71 times, by which time the can was empty. The entire contents created a pool of oil large enough to fry a jelly bean. Using standard kitchen measuring utensils, I determined that the volume of this liquid was 45 teaspoons. At 40 calories per teaspoon, that equated to 1,800 calories in the can. Divide 71 servings into 1,800, it worked not at zero calories per serving, but at 25.35211 calories, which is, for scientific comparison, more than the number of calories in a Hershey’s Kiss with Almonds (23.00).