Category Archives for Air Fryer Advice

How Economical Are Air Fryers?

When it comes to the newest cooking trends, there really isn’t anything more “in” right now than air fryers. Helping people make those crispy and delicious favorites like french fries and mozzarella sticks without having to worry about the guilt that comes along with all the fat is definitely all the rage, but are they […]

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How to Use an Air Fryer for Fries

There’s no doubt that french fries are one of the most delicious culinary creations of all time. However, while you may want to enjoy them all the time, doing so can have a profound impact on your health. Air fryers offer you an easy alternative to standard “fried” fries, letting you enjoy those crispy yet […]

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Is an Air Fryer Worth Buying?

The popularity of air fryers is rising and with people like Oprah and the ladies of The View praising them, it is no wonder. But maybe you are wondering if the investment is worth it. Is it just a fad that will die out? Or is it a viable healthy option to our love affair […]

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Do Air Fryers Need Oil?

Air fryers may seem like a new trend but in truth, these miniaturized convection ovens have been around for almost a decade. Using air to simulate fried food, this kitchen appliance claims to make healthy food with drastically less fat needed to cook your food. So, does that mean you need oil to cook in […]

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Do Air Fryers Smell?

Air fryers are just miniaturized convection ovens and just like their less-healthy cousin, the deep fryer, or even their big brother, the standard kitchen oven, there may be some odors that you will catch wafting through the air. That leads us to wonder whether air fryers smell even though they do not use oil in […]

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Why Buy an Air Fryer?

Not long ago, no one had any idea what an air fryer even was and now this new kitchen appliance is all the rage around the world. A small version of the traditional convection oven, an air fryer uses heated air to grill, fry, bake, and even dehydrate all of the foods you place in […]

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