Fried foods are delicious.
From fast food staples like French fries and onion rings, to whole meals like fish n chips, to all those foods that make the state fair so much fun, fried foods are incredibly tasty and easy to eat.
That’s a problem, because frying with oil—even the best oil—adds a ton of the worst kinds of calories to your food. Cooking in oil adds fat and calories that don’t necessarily make the food taste any better.
They’re just a byproduct of the cooking process, but if you’re trying to watch your weight, every single calorie matters.
Sure, you could just stop eating fried foods. If that’s what you want to do, go for it, but there is another option. Air Fryers will fry your food—in your own home, no less—without using oil. With no extra oil, you won’t get the extra fat and the extra calories, you’ll just get all the fantastic taste that you expect from fried food.
Hot. Tasty. Crispy. Everything you want!
But there’s another problem—isn’t there always—air fryers haven’t been around for ages. If you’re looking for a new refrigerator, you know what brands to trust. You know what it should cost. You know what bells and whistles you and your family need. Chances are, though, that you don’t know as much about air fryers as you do about refrigerators just because they haven’t been around as long.
That’s a problem, because nobody has extra money. If you’re investing in a fryer, you want to get a quality appliance that’s going to make your life easier and better, but you don’t want to spend on options that you’re never going to use. A quick, three second internet search reveals fryers ranging in price from about 100 USD to over 1000 USD.
How the heck are you supposed to know what to look for?
That’s where we come in. When air fryers first came on the market, we were among the first to try them out. All those things you know about the appliances you use every day, we know about air fryers because we’ve been using them every day for a while now, and we’ve decided to use that information to make your life easier. We review air fryers. We’ll tell you what’s quality and what isn’t. We’ll tell you which options you need and which ones you don’t, so you can make an informed choice.
That’s what we’re all about, helping you make an informed choice