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bruce bowser

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\"In an air fryer, heat is generated by coils right above the double-walled food chamber. A fan on top of that pulls the air up and forces it to travel down and along the outer shell of the chamber. There is an opening at the bottom of the chamber that is exposed to the food, so the super heated air is forced up and is dispersed in the chamber by the food. That air is then pulled up by the fan and circulated around the chamber again. To avoid over crisping and drying out the food, the air fryer has an exhaust that controls the pressure inside the chamber. \"

-- https://www.gowiseproducts.com/blogs/gowise-blog/118129349-how-does-an-air-fryer-work#:~:text=In%20an%20air%20fryer%2C%20heat,the%20double%2Dwalled%20food%20chamber.&text=To%20avoid%20over%20crisping%20and,calories%2C%20health%2C%20and%20time.
 
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Rheilly Phoull

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On 25/04/2021 1:04 am, bruce bowser wrote:
\"In an air fryer, heat is generated by coils right above the double-walled food chamber. A fan on top of that pulls the air up and forces it to travel down and along the outer shell of the chamber. There is an opening at the bottom of the chamber that is exposed to the food, so the super heated air is forced up and is dispersed in the chamber by the food. That air is then pulled up by the fan and circulated around the chamber again. To avoid over crisping and drying out the food, the air fryer has an exhaust that controls the pressure inside the chamber.\"

-- https://www.gowiseproducts.com/blogs/gowise-blog/118129349-how-does-an-air-fryer-work#:~:text=In%20an%20air%20fryer%2C%20heat,the%20double%2Dwalled%20food%20chamber.&text=To%20avoid%20over%20crisping%20and,calories%2C%20health%2C%20and%20time.
SO ???
 
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Rheilly Phoull

Guest
On 25/04/2021 1:04 am, bruce bowser wrote:
\"In an air fryer, heat is generated by coils right above the double-walled food chamber. A fan on top of that pulls the air up and forces it to travel down and along the outer shell of the chamber. There is an opening at the bottom of the chamber that is exposed to the food, so the super heated air is forced up and is dispersed in the chamber by the food. That air is then pulled up by the fan and circulated around the chamber again. To avoid over crisping and drying out the food, the air fryer has an exhaust that controls the pressure inside the chamber.\"

-- https://www.gowiseproducts.com/blogs/gowise-blog/118129349-how-does-an-air-fryer-work#:~:text=In%20an%20air%20fryer%2C%20heat,the%20double%2Dwalled%20food%20chamber.&text=To%20avoid%20over%20crisping%20and,calories%2C%20health%2C%20and%20time.
SO ???
 
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KenW

Guest
On Sun, 25 Apr 2021 14:13:33 +0800, Rheilly Phoull
<rheilly@bigslong.com> wrote:

On 25/04/2021 1:04 am, bruce bowser wrote:
\"In an air fryer, heat is generated by coils right above the double-walled food chamber. A fan on top of that pulls the air up and forces it to travel down and along the outer shell of the chamber. There is an opening at the bottom of the chamber that is exposed to the food, so the super heated air is forced up and is dispersed in the chamber by the food. That air is then pulled up by the fan and circulated around the chamber again. To avoid over crisping and drying out the food, the air fryer has an exhaust that controls the pressure inside the chamber.\"

-- https://www.gowiseproducts.com/blogs/gowise-blog/118129349-how-does-an-air-fryer-work#:~:text=In%20an%20air%20fryer%2C%20heat,the%20double%2Dwalled%20food%20chamber.&text=To%20avoid%20over%20crisping%20and,calories%2C%20health%2C%20and%20time.

SO ???
Comparing apples and oranges == two different things.


KenW
 
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KenW

Guest
On Sun, 25 Apr 2021 14:13:33 +0800, Rheilly Phoull
<rheilly@bigslong.com> wrote:

On 25/04/2021 1:04 am, bruce bowser wrote:
\"In an air fryer, heat is generated by coils right above the double-walled food chamber. A fan on top of that pulls the air up and forces it to travel down and along the outer shell of the chamber. There is an opening at the bottom of the chamber that is exposed to the food, so the super heated air is forced up and is dispersed in the chamber by the food. That air is then pulled up by the fan and circulated around the chamber again. To avoid over crisping and drying out the food, the air fryer has an exhaust that controls the pressure inside the chamber.\"

-- https://www.gowiseproducts.com/blogs/gowise-blog/118129349-how-does-an-air-fryer-work#:~:text=In%20an%20air%20fryer%2C%20heat,the%20double%2Dwalled%20food%20chamber.&text=To%20avoid%20over%20crisping%20and,calories%2C%20health%2C%20and%20time.

SO ???
Comparing apples and oranges == two different things.


KenW
 
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KenW

Guest
On Sun, 25 Apr 2021 14:13:33 +0800, Rheilly Phoull
<rheilly@bigslong.com> wrote:

On 25/04/2021 1:04 am, bruce bowser wrote:
\"In an air fryer, heat is generated by coils right above the double-walled food chamber. A fan on top of that pulls the air up and forces it to travel down and along the outer shell of the chamber. There is an opening at the bottom of the chamber that is exposed to the food, so the super heated air is forced up and is dispersed in the chamber by the food. That air is then pulled up by the fan and circulated around the chamber again. To avoid over crisping and drying out the food, the air fryer has an exhaust that controls the pressure inside the chamber.\"

-- https://www.gowiseproducts.com/blogs/gowise-blog/118129349-how-does-an-air-fryer-work#:~:text=In%20an%20air%20fryer%2C%20heat,the%20double%2Dwalled%20food%20chamber.&text=To%20avoid%20over%20crisping%20and,calories%2C%20health%2C%20and%20time.

SO ???
Comparing apples and oranges == two different things.


KenW
 
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KenW

Guest
On Sun, 25 Apr 2021 14:13:33 +0800, Rheilly Phoull
<rheilly@bigslong.com> wrote:

On 25/04/2021 1:04 am, bruce bowser wrote:
\"In an air fryer, heat is generated by coils right above the double-walled food chamber. A fan on top of that pulls the air up and forces it to travel down and along the outer shell of the chamber. There is an opening at the bottom of the chamber that is exposed to the food, so the super heated air is forced up and is dispersed in the chamber by the food. That air is then pulled up by the fan and circulated around the chamber again. To avoid over crisping and drying out the food, the air fryer has an exhaust that controls the pressure inside the chamber.\"

-- https://www.gowiseproducts.com/blogs/gowise-blog/118129349-how-does-an-air-fryer-work#:~:text=In%20an%20air%20fryer%2C%20heat,the%20double%2Dwalled%20food%20chamber.&text=To%20avoid%20over%20crisping%20and,calories%2C%20health%2C%20and%20time.

SO ???
Comparing apples and oranges == two different things.


KenW
 
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