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Best Buy has 6-Quart Gourmia Digital Air Fryer (Black) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free, otherwise you may select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks frumply
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Part of Black Friday deals that are active now. Fairly new SKU that doesn't appear on Gourmia's site itself. 6qt capacity, 1700W power usage.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/gour...Id=6280303
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Ordered!
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So I just read about the "ninja foodi" which is a combo pressure cooker and air fryer. Seems like a really good idea and is well reviewed so far. I may just wait for that. Counter space is a rare commodity in my place.
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Only cooks American fries
I know that's sort of a joke, but it isn't untrue. French fries are french fries because they're cooked via deep frying, a French method (which air "frying" is not), of course, so air fryer-cooked fries aren't really French fries anymore, haha. Plus, U-S-A! lol
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Why would i need this if i have a toaster oven already?
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This is what I'm afraid of. An appliance I'll use once or twice and never again or rarely, just like the presto cooldaddy I got way back.
I got one of those presto things too. Is this air fryer better? Not a big fan of the presto.
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I know that's sort of a joke, but it isn't untrue. French fries are french fries because they're cooked via deep frying, a French method (which air "frying" is not), of course, so air fryer-cooked fries aren't really French fries anymore, haha. Plus, U-S-A! lol
I have a Nuwave 6qt air fryer and it's pretty neat. I have cooked sweet potato fries like the stores
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What the heck, finally caved. I have a convection oven but im sure this will be more efficient for 99% of what we eat
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good find, Thanks OP Smilie
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I bought this exact model from bestbuy 2wks ago and have used it somewhere around 10 times and its fantastic! Cooked chicken wings, fries, breaded shrimp, etc and it does a good job. I cooked a whole chicken in it tonight and it came out amazing. Highly recommend based on my own experience with it so far. Also super easy to clean.
When you say that it's easy to clean do you mean that you can take apart the dirty part and put it in a dishwasher? The description on BB website says that the basket is dishwasher safe but it would be better to get a confirmation from someone using it..
I have the 5 quart from Costco for the last few weeks and I almost use it on a daily basis the only thing that I hate about it is cleaning it manually.. Btw, these machines make awesome fries (regardless if French or not) just cut some fresh potatoes, season them and add a couple of canola oil spoons, mix well, fry for about 15-20 and they are ready to go with much less oil than the deep fried ones (careful about believing they are a healthier option because you will end up eating a lot of fries thinking that this is a more healthier option just because you are using less oil but forgetting that they have a lot of carbs too no matter how you cook em) also, almost anything partly cooked and frozen can be reheated in it, think chicken tenders or nuggets, they come out very crispy and taste like they are coming out of a deep frier to some extent, and they cook a lot faster than a conventional oven it takes me about 8 minutes to cook a few tenders while a conventional oven would need at least 18-20 minutes
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I won a Toastmaster air fryer at a local event. Makes awesome chicken wings! That's all I use it for.

I prefer the skin to be extra crispy so I add a few extra minutes. It can do around 8 wings/drums at a time, I stand then up instead of laying flat. Halfway through I turn them over. Before getting an air fryer I would bake them in a regular kitchen oven on a wire rack, 4 lbs wings shook inside a baggie to coat with 2 tbsp baking powder...bakes crispy skin. Its so much easier now in air fryer & no need for baking powder, yet still less fat than frying in oil.
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Someone convince me why I need this.

Someone convinced me to finally buy an Instant Pot on here and I wish I would have years ago.
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Someone convince me why I need this.

Someone convinced me to finally buy an Instant Pot on here and I wish I would have years ago.
lol seriously... although I think the IP is a bit more 'multi-functional' and versatile. As an Asian, I committed an act of blasphemy and got rid of our *rice cooker* because the IP is now our rice cooker in addition to being able to cook many other things.
I don't know if there's much I can replace with an air fryer though. Our old Philips IR oven is still going strong, and that would probably be the closest candidate. No matter how much people poo-poo microwaves, we're not getting rid of or stopping using ours.

I will admit though - the idea of cooking a whole 5-6lb chicken in one of these is highly appealing. What is making more of a case too is Gordon Ramsay cooking a perfect-looking ribeye in his Philips air fryer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmjWKRJZtQQ

*sigh*

BTW: anyone know if you can dehydrate foods in one of these?
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Ordered one, seems like to good of a deal to pass on.
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Does anyone know how this might compare to the Farberware 6‑Quart XL Air Fryer Oven that is in the Walmart BF ad for $59?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Farber.../545964383
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What's the difference between oil-less fryer vs air fryer?
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