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Old 07-02-2015, 08:00 PM   #41
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We might have to get one of these. Turns are they easy to use late at night???

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Old 07-02-2015, 09:20 PM   #42
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We have a Philips Air Fryer - yet another gadget. Great for French fries, mozzarella strips, chicken strips, frittatas and more. It does take up room but I don't have to add oil and all comes out great!

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Old 07-03-2015, 05:54 PM   #43
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well we can now be counted among the satisfied users of that "Strange but useful cooking tool",
had seen it years ago, but never gave it another thought,...thanks ryand for posting about it, ....I was surprised by the number of folks here who have one and highly recommend it, that caused me to search and I discovered on the Walmart site with almost 850 reviews it had a 98% positive rating and on with over 1600 reviews it had a 94% positive rating,...those are unreal positive percentages for anything, much less a kitchen gadget,......
anyway, we bought one, have used it three times and are completely happy with it and how it can be used in the trailer........
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Old 07-03-2015, 09:39 PM   #44
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Glad you like it Fella10. I said it was great for fries for 2 reasons: upper and lower heat elements, as Turbs pointed out, and because I don't have to heat up the MH/house to use it. Like Turbs said! No need to flip. They don't get soggy because of the dimples on the turning plate. However, if you overload them, you may need to do a little moving, flipping. (Ask me how I know.)

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