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Old 01-31-2012, 04:40 PM   #1
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Electric/Digital Deep Fryer

I have been looking for a few months now at buying a deep fryer. The only real requirement that I guess I would have it that it's digital. The product I have come to is this: the Aroma ADF-232. On the surface of things at least, the Aroma has everything I want and should be looking for in a fryer.

Does anyone here have any experience with stuff "made by" Aroma? Or even just suggestions on other fryers to look at?

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Old 01-31-2012, 05:12 PM   #2
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I have been looking for a few months now at buying a deep fryer. The only real requirement that I guess I would have it that it's digital. The product I have come to is this: the Aroma ADF-232. On the surface of things at least, the Aroma has everything I want and should be looking for in a fryer.

Does anyone here have any experience with stuff "made by" Aroma? Or even just suggestions on other fryers to look at?
I recently bought the Presto 9 cup Deep Fryer and it cooks everything perfectly for me.
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Old 02-01-2012, 08:45 AM   #3
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What do you do with all of the oil after you use it?
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What do you do with all of the oil after you use it?
I filter it and reuse it.
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I filter it and reuse it.
And once it gets dirty enough to replace just toss it out like you do other oil (like bacon grease).
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And once it gets dirty enough to replace just toss it out like you do other oil (like bacon grease).
I save a few empty containers for putting liquids in the trash. They take up little room in a mesh bag in the pantry and sure come in handy when a gallon or two of oil needs to be thrown away.
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