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Power air fryer deer meet? #7633214 10/15/19 04:55 PM
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I won one of these Power Air Fryer's at a company give away and was wondering if anyone has used it to fry deer meat? I can't find much online about cooking times and such. I know my wife would like me to find another way to cook it at home so it does not smell up the whole house.

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They take longer than deep frying and not as long as an oven. I'm not a fan of them. Some people are.

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From what I keep hearing about them, they are best suited to reheat previously fried food.


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Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
From what I keep hearing about them, they are best suited to reheat previously fried food.



actually they're great for many things. just think of it as a convection oven, not a fryer.


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