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What’s the difference between an air fryer and a convection oven ????? Just thinking.
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We purchased the Nu-wave Bravo XL... have made 5 burgers and fries all at the same time in it.. and I purchased the nu-wave version of the insta pot for only an additional 10 bucks.. and we love that too..
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What’s the difference between an air fryer and a convection oven ????? Just thinking.
Dan
Same concept of moving hot air around food - difference is speed of the air. Convection ovens use low speed fan to keep temp even throughout the oven; air fryers use a high volume of hot air directly over the food to “fry” it (higher heat flow directly on the food surface promotes the crisping effect we associate with fried foods). Usually air fryers are also designed to be easier to clean than our convection ovens, but at the cost of another appliance taking up space. I like the idea primarily because you can cook outside the coach, especially in hot weather.

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Dave is being very "low key" with his warning.
He lost his coach and his pet to fire when the appliance caught fire.
Be very careful using any appliance with your inverter,unless you know for sure its not a MSW inverter.
I can't think of one time we have ever left an appliance plugged in let alone on while we are gone from the coach. That of course does not count the fridge, micro/con oven. Even the TV and all audio/visual equipment are on a power strip that is turned off. My bus can be replaced, but not my pets.
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Same concept of moving hot air around food - difference is speed of the air. Convection ovens use low speed fan to keep temp even throughout the oven; air fryers use a high volume of hot air directly over the food to “fry” it (higher heat flow directly on the food surface promotes the crisping effect we associate with fried foods). Usually air fryers are also designed to be easier to clean than our convection ovens, but at the cost of another appliance taking up space. I like the idea primarily because you can cook outside the coach, especially in hot weather.

Jim
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