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Many people enjoy the idea of eating a healthier version of normally fattening foods. Think of it like this: No oil means no mess and less fat. An air fryer can pretty much do it all. And by all, we mean fry, grill, bake, and roast.  
Equipped with sturdy plastic and metal material, the air fryer has many great benefits to offer.

Air Fryers have the ability to:
> Cook multiple dishes at once
>  Cut back on fatty oils
> Prepare a meal within minutes

FRYING MADE EASY - Valuelink.ShopFRYING MADE EASY - Valuelink.Shop

FRYING MADE EASY - Valuelink.Shop

With an air fryer you can enjoy the fact that no oil is needed to cook your food.
> All ingredients are cooked with hot air, and offer you the same great look and taste as oiled fried foods.
> The best part about not using oil is avoiding those greasy stains on your plates and fingers.
> While a little oil can be used with an air fryer, it is not common.
> When you do use oil, it is best to apply it directly to the food instead of filling the pan with a puddle of oil, since this may damage the air fryer.

If you have been contemplating on whether the air fryer is worth the expense, you may want to check out its upside and downside, which may give you that needed confirmation for your decision.
The upside
> Low-fat meals
> Easy clean up
> Uses hot-air circulation, the air fryer cooks your ingredients from all angles- with no oil needed.
> This ultimately produces healthier foods than most fryers and spares you from that unwanted aroma of fried foods in your home.
The downside
> You’d end up missing out on the wonderful benefits of plant-based fats such as avocado oil and olive oil.
> Air-frying also produces high temperatures at a very rapid rate, thus making it extremely easy to burn food. And charred food may be carcinogenic.

Check out our KOIOS Air Fryers Oven/ Dehydrator(160 Recipes),6.8-Quart Non-stick Basket. You won't regret choosing a KOIOS air fryer.


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