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Costco Members: Gourmia 6-Quart Stainless Steel Digital Air Fryer

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Costco Wholesale has Gourmia 6-Quart Stainless Steel Digital Air Fryer (GAF685) on sale for $49.99 valid for Costco Members. Shipping is $4.99. Thanks Dealhunter30

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Gourmia 6-Qt. Stainless Steel Digital Air Fryer

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genuine question here: 2 adults and 3 kids (between 1 and 7)

i've hardly seen anyone comment about how they feed their family of "x" amount but the comments have always either been about the durability or their experience with it.

anyone use this to actually feed more than 2 people?

do you make like 10 wings and then have to cook another back of 10 wings in order to feed 3 people?

at what point does using the oven make more sense than using an air fryer?

TIA
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For those unfamiliar with the technology, air "fryers" are a bit of a misnomer. Nothing's actually getting fried (to fry you actually need to submerge the food in hot oil). These are really just super compact convection ovens where hot air is circulated all around the food. They're great for cutting down cooking time of anything you would normally put in an oven (chicken nuggets, cheesy bread, etc.) and great for reheating previously fried foods. For the latter, it never tastes quite as good as when it was freshly out of the fryer, but it gets it dang close.

Also, I do not recommend putting food on foil in this thing. The tray has holes and is there to help circulate the hot air all around including the bottom.

Also note that your cooking time will be drastically decreased when compared to oven cooking times, so take that into account when setting the time and temperature.

Hope that helps someone!
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How easy is it to clean up? Is it non-stick and will the non-stick hold up over time?

I bought a NuWave Brio years ago before air fryers "were a thing" for most people and while it's ability to cook stuff up nice and crispy has been pretty good, it can suck cleaning it. Stuff sticks to the wire frame on the basket and the non-stick portion of the drip tray is no longer non-stick.
Super easy to clean. The non stick works better than most other non stick surfaces I own. Have had it for a year and it still holds up like new. Cooked curly sweet potato fries in it last night.
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How is this compared to the Philips XL air fryer at Costco? Obviously the Phillips one is a lot more expensive (200+).

Thanks in advance.
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Thanks... in the market for one.
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Great contraption. I've been using mine for the last 4-5 months and love it
Does it have a stainless steel basket? Thanks in advance.
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Is there anywhere I can get the crisping trays individually?
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Purchased Nuwave Brio 4.5 Qts 3 weeks before from kohls for almost same price. Does anyone know if this better than Nuwave brio?
Dunno, but this has a bigger capacity and the counter top footprint isn't much bigger.
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Does it have a stainless steel basket? Thanks in advance.
Not a seperate basket. It can hold plenty in the non-stick bowl, and it comes with two crisper trays and 1 rack and 4 kabob sticks. Loving it.
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Seeing some posts around internet that at this price was available in store. Anyone able to confirm?
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Does it have a stainless steel basket? Thanks in advance.
The basket has non-stick coating, so I'm not sure what material it's made of. I don't think it's stainless underneath, though.
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How is cleaning the basket? And bottom parts? What about the top where the fan / heat is? Are any parts Dishwasher safe?
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Are these drawer air fryers better than the mini oven ones? Not looking at any particular brand, but just in general.
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genuine question here: 2 adults and 3 kids (between 1 and 7)

i've hardly seen anyone comment about how they feed their family of "x" amount but the comments have always either been about the durability or their experience with it.

anyone use this to actually feed more than 2 people?

do you make like 10 wings and then have to cook another back of 10 wings in order to feed 3 people?

at what point does using the oven make more sense than using an air fryer?

TIA
Pretty much the same family dynamics.
It depends what you're making, but it can hold well more than 2 adult portions. It comes with multiple trays and options to help fit in more at a time.
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genuine question here: 2 adults and 3 kids (between 1 and 7)

i've hardly seen anyone comment about how they feed their family of "x" amount but the comments have always either been about the durability or their experience with it.

anyone use this to actually feed more than 2 people?

do you make like 10 wings and then have to cook another back of 10 wings in order to feed 3 people?

at what point does using the oven make more sense than using an air fryer?

TIA
I have one with 2 kids. The big benefit is they heat up and cook fast. You can get similar results cooking on a rack in a decent over with the convection setting and have more room. If you tend to need to make different food for your kids, I find its good for that, I can make the kids a tray of fries or chicken fingers quickly while I make a healthy salad. If you are trying to make enough food for 5 people at once you will need to do multiple batches and at that point you may as well use the oven.
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