A recipe that I'm trying to make says: "Place mixture into a loaf pan that has been sprayed with pan release and lined with filter paper."
I'm pretty sure that "pan release" is the generic version of PAM, but I don't know what filter paper is. Is it another word for wax paper?
A quick search turned up a bunch of coffee filters and lab equipment.
I would assume it's a synonym for parchment paper. And yes, pan release is a generic term for any food release spray.
A Wikipedia article shows the following types of filter paper: Air filters, Coffee filter, Fuel filters, Laboratory filters, Oil filters, Tea bags
I did not find anything helpful on Amazon.
I don't think parchment paper would qualify as filter paper but after I searched "Place mixture into a loaf pan that has been sprayed with pan release and lined with filter paper" and read the recipe (which I found in lots of places) it looks to me like they are referring to parchment paper and it looks like they possibly, along the way or originally used the wrong term.
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