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Solar Power Flashlight with Power Bank

Posted by Berenice Curro on

Whether you're camping, working in the garage, indoors or outdoors, this Solar panel multi-function flashlight has a purpose for all your needs. It's super bright LEDs on the light head will help you beam light on what's in front of you, and at a distance by turning the zoomable head. Solar panel & USB charging,  Zoomabale light head, lantern lighting, SOS light, Power bank, and more Multiple bright white LEDs on the body work as a lantern, and blinking red LEDs for emergency. The base of the flashlight has a built-in heavy duty magnet allowing for hands free lighting. The base cap...

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Is Air Frying Really Healthier?

Posted by Jared Dubina on

You’ve probably heard that air fryers are this magical appliance that can fry foods without the calories.  Is this method of cooking actually healthier than traditional deep frying? If you want the short answer, skip to the end. Air fryers heat and crisp food by rapidly circulating hot air around the food.  This bath of hot air replaces oil that is traditionally used. An over consumption of oil can manifest symptoms such as high blood pressure and cholesterol, and can lead to obesity, cancer, heart disease, type 2 diabetes.   Dr. Arafat M. Shaker conducted a study published in Journal of...

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Convection Oven vs. Air Fryer

Posted by Jennifer Carrasco on

What's the difference between a convection oven and air fryer?   In principle, they’re the same: hot air that is blown around in a chamber to create even heating.  But first, let’s quickly talk about what convection is: the natural rise and fall of heat that’s caused by uneven temperatures. Most household ovens have heating elements, which is that coil of wire on the top and bottom of the oven chamber (and unless you’re broiling, the bottom coil is what primarily does most of the general heating purposes). An electric current flows through it, causing it to get red hot....

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How Does an Air Fryer Work?

Posted by Marilyn Agbanlog on

  Air fryers use a technique called Rapid Air Technology. Simply put, hot air is circulated in the air fryer chamber, which evenly heats foods.  But isn’t that the same as a convection oven? In principle, yes.  However, air fryers are capable of circulating hot air at much higher velocities to create that crisp crust on foods we have grown to love so dearly without compromising juiciness. (See more: Convection oven vs. Air Fryer) With traditional oil frying, a super heated source must surround the food in order for it to brown evenly and crisply. In traditional frying, oil is...

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