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  • DrJimmy2112
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    Attjack our air fryer is not that slick, just on/off, time and temp

  • Jerod Broussard
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    If I get $$ back this year I'll bring this ninja puppy home.

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  • Attjack
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    DrJimmy2112 Really the cod and asparagus were the results of the air fry function, the salmon was the result of the broil function, and the pizza was the result of the sear crisp function. Sear crisp is also what produced that entire pork tenderloin meal below.

  • DrJimmy2112
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    Nice photos! Wouldn't have thought they came from an air fryer

  • jfmorris
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    Bkhuna that's updated from the guidance I saw some months back, where they (or maybe it was Consumer Reports) were saying that a Cuisinart convection toaster oven beat all the air fryers in their test.

  • Attjack
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    jfmorris I'm in the other boat at this point. I can't see getting a bucket-style air fryer because it's a one-trick pony. In my recent experience, the convection oven part of my little air fryer is the real star. The air fry feature is nice too but more of an added feature that's nice to have. I guess it depends on what you want to cook though.

  • Bkhuna
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    @jfmorris

    Hold up, wait a minute, something ain't right. This video by America's Test Kitchen was posted in November and led me to my decision to get a basket over a oven style.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWPhBzPx4bc

  • jfmorris
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    Bkhuna yeah, we have a small toaster oven already because we try to keep clutter off the counter, and can shove it in a cabinet or the pantry. I think I want a smaller air fryer so that it can more easily be stored. All the ratings seem to push folks to the toaster oven style air fryers, but I just don't like the space they take.

  • Bkhuna
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    jfmorris

    Your right the 10 quart is pretty big and I already had a large toaster oven that I didn't much. But the 6 quart model is the basket style and is ample for two people. It also has the advantage of being a Mega-Zilla bacon makin' machine.

  • jfmorris
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    My daughter ended up with two Instant Vortex Plus 10 quart air fryers at Christmas, and has until Jan 31 to return one to Amazon. She keeps offering it to me for $90, which is better than the current price, but just not sure where we would put such a huge air fryer. The Vortex 10 quart model is really an oven style air fryer.

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