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If you're looking for a good size bucket style air fryer, this one looks pretty good. It has a shelf, which is what I found to be CRITICAL when cooking more than one thing or trying to avoid the need to mix up the food in mid-cook.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/gour...Id=6368946

Key things from BestBuy:
  • 7-quart capacity
  • Cool touch housing
  • Adjustable thermostat
  • Electronic controls and digital display
  • Timer
  • Recipe book included.
  • 1700W of power
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You have to remove the plastic wrap on your food before you cook your food...its not a microwave.
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I was a skeptic before i got the costco one. Everything that we pan fried before could be fried it the air fryer. Obviously it doesnt taste as good as pan fried, but the time saved, the convenience, and the eqsy cleaning outweight the modest gain in taste. Disclaimer: i dont have a sophisticated pallet.
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For executive board meetings with the c-suite crew it's best to stick to a full deep fryer to assert dominance
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how good is this deep frier and is it worth it and portable enough to fry hash browns in an office environment?
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Is non stick basket safe to use ? Is there any model with stainless steel basket ?
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i tried the one from Costco for 1 time, food tastes of plastic, i am not convinced on air fryers at all and its going back. I think Airfry over all is a novel marketing idea, with no real health benefits. Its convenient for sure but so is a regular countertop baking oven with convection.

If you use this many a times maybe plastic smell would go away and it will work good for hash browns as those have a lot oil in them to begin with. But don't try chicken fish etc the fist 8-10 times or atleast until plastic smell goes away.
You have to remove the plastic wrap on your food before you cook your food...its not a microwave.
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Costco has the Gourmia 6-qt. Stainless Steel Digital Air Fryer for sale for $49.99. And I believe stainless steel one will have less plastic smell.
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You have to remove the plastic wrap on your food before you cook your food...its not a microwave.
lol, funny
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Costco has the Gourmia 6-qt. Stainless Steel Digital Air Fryer for sale for $49.99. And I believe stainless steel one will have less plastic smell.
its that one i tried, horrible smell, and i did wash the container before use. fyi stainless is on the outside, inside is teflon coated with metal trays. the issue is the enclosure which is plastic. Still believe its user error, be my guest and try it out.
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Is non stick basket safe to use ? Is there any model with stainless steel basket ?
Cuisinart seems to be steel internals from pictures.
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These things are always overflowing with fried goodies.
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I was a skeptic before i got the costco one. Everything that we pan fried before could be fried it the air fryer. Obviously it doesnt taste as good as pan fried, but the time saved, the convenience, and the eqsy cleaning outweight the modest gain in taste. Disclaimer: i dont have a sophisticated pallet.
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i tried the one from Costco for 1 time, food tastes of plastic, i am not convinced on air fryers at all and its going back. I think Airfry over all is a novel marketing idea, with no real health benefits. Its convenient for sure but so is a regular countertop baking oven with convection.

If you use this many a times maybe plastic smell would go away and it will work good for hash browns as those have a lot oil in them to begin with. But don't try chicken fish etc the fist 8-10 times or atleast until plastic smell goes away.
So using much less to no oil doesn't have any health benefits? I will let my doctor know.
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i tried the one from Costco for 1 time, food tastes of plastic, i am not convinced on air fryers at all and its going back. I think Airfry over all is a novel marketing idea, with no real health benefits. Its convenient for sure but so is a regular countertop baking oven with convection.

If you use this many a times maybe plastic smell would go away and it will work good for hash browns as those have a lot oil in them to begin with. But don't try chicken fish etc the fist 8-10 times or atleast until plastic smell goes away.
I want to rip you yet it is the holidays so I will pass. Best luck to you.
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how good is this deep frier and is it worth it and portable enough to fry hash browns in an office environment?
I think you meant air fryer. As for office use, check the dimensions of it, it might be bigger than you are thinking. Also, realize all air fryers have a fan that sounds like the one you'd find over top of a stove top range.

But overall, I think using an air fryer for lunch is great. I do it on occasion myself.
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