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La Gourmet 6-Qt. Digital Air Fryer and Convection Oven, White

https://www.walmart.com/ip/La-Gou...14&veh=aff
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People saying fries arent the same as deep fried ymmv. I use potatoes and cut them up into fries then soak in some ice water. dry them off then put them in a bag with olive oil and shake them up. I throw them in on the fries setting and then hit them with some seasoned salt after and no joke my fries are on point with five guys fries. They would probably taste even better in some peanut oil. My wife has her work friends come over and they all say my fries are the best they have ever had. So if you are coating things in a little oil they can resemble deep fried in my opinion depending on what it is.
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I would just use a credit card with extended warranty. Air fryers are great and all but the most common issue plaguing them is that the non-stick coating on the basket starts to flake after a while. These things are basically meant to be disposable with how cheap they've become. Think of them like the $10 non-stick pans you get from Macy's.
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I make bacon, chicken, and pork chops in mine all the time. You're missing out.
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Anyone have this, I want to bite, but the reviews are throwing me off
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I'm scared too!! It is bigger and cheaper than the 4 qt that Amazon had on Prime Day.
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I'm scared too!! It is bigger and cheaper than the 4 qt that Amazon had on Prime Day.
Right lol my fiancé said bite and she's always "right" so I might just take the leap
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It's Walmart, they will take it back if needed. I'm going for it. I like the blue one.
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2 year protection plan worth it for $3? I have no experience with their plan.
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2 year protection plan worth it for $3? I have no experience with their plan.
I would just use a credit card with extended warranty. Air fryers are great and all but the most common issue plaguing them is that the non-stick coating on the basket starts to flake after a while. These things are basically meant to be disposable with how cheap they've become. Think of them like the $10 non-stick pans you get from Macy's.
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In for one. We'll see how this goes. It'll be my first air fryer. 🤤🤤🤤
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I'll try it out!
Thanks for posting it
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They have different colors as well.

La Gourmet 6-Qt. Digital Air Fryer and Convection Oven, Charcoal

http://www.walmart.com/ip/La-Gour.../202053463
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Been using this for over a year without any problems.
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Just learned about these yesterday, and this pops up...

Anyone know about these things? Do they work well? How do they physically/mechanically work, and I assume the method is better than deep frying or takes place of it from what I was told?

Specifically we were talking about homemade elephant ears, are these suitable for that task?
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Just learned about these yesterday, and this pops up...

Anyone know about these things? Do they work well? How do they physically/mechanically work, and I assume the method is better than deep frying or takes place of it from what I was told?

Specifically we were talking about homemade elephant ears, are these suitable for that task?
They're great for cooking any frozen/fresh, pre-prepaired items, like breaded chicken, chicken nuggets, mini tacos, probably pizza bites, etc. Anything you'd normally toss in an oven or toaster oven is great an air fryer, as long as you use the convection oven settings, or lower the temp and time a bit so you don't dry out the outside. I think the breaded Tyson chicken tinder strips on sale at Costco right now said oven for 18-20m at 425. I lowered it to 350° for 10 minutes and they're great.

If you think you're gonna get deep fried like taste and texture outta this with a chopped up potato or something in it, you're going to be disappointed.

Roasting garlic in these is also great, but you'd probably want one dedicated just for that, and then do it outside.

I have a cheap $35 Berlla or whatever brand one from Best buy that's analog, but has served me well for two years now.
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They're great for cooking any frozen/fresh, pre-prepaired items, like breaded chicken, chicken nuggets, mini tacos, probably pizza bites, etc. Anything you'd normally toss in an oven or toaster oven is great an air fryer, as long as you use the convection oven settings, or lower the temp and time a bit so you don't dry out the outside. I think the breaded Tyson chicken tinder strips on sale at Costco right now said oven for 18-20m at 425. I lowered it to 350° for 10 minutes and they're great.

If you think you're gonna get deep fried like taste and texture outta this with a chopped up potato or something in it, you're going to be disappointed.

Roasting garlic in these is also great, but you'd probably want one dedicated just for that, and then do it outside.

I have a cheap $35 Berlla or whatever brand one from Best buy that's analog, but has served me well for two years now.
Thanks, so are they mostly a small convection oven then? If I am interpreting the description correctly?

So if we have a really good convection oven this might not benefit us then?

It was described to me as a reduced oil deep fryer substitute, sound like that might not be at all correct.
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