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Sounds like an application for a little bacon grease, heck we aren't getting out of this life alive anyway.......

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I went on line and found that the plastic smell is a common issue.
I am not one to jump on the latest gizmo bandwagon but with Shopko going out of business I saw some to line models at reasonable prices.
NOW I am very glad I decided another -- you gotta have it -- gizmo would have been a waste of space and money.
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I am not one to jump on the latest gizmo bandwagon but with Shopko going out of business I saw some to line models at reasonable prices.
NOW I am very glad I decided another -- you gotta have it -- gizmo would have been a waste of space and money.
Thank you Lloyd.
Bob the cure was to run two cycles with cup of water with baking soda and two with a 25 percent mixture of water and vinegar and then two with plain water. No more smell to the food. I actually like it. Had porkchops the other night and they were maybe the best ive had. Crispy crust on them like frying and not dried out like the over does. Did chicken wings twice the first time flop. Breading turned out gummy. Did the second one with no breading just garlic powder, onion powder and some season salt and they turned out great. Now after all of that do I think its worth it? Well its kind of limited in what will fit in it and crowding stuff in it just doesn't work. It takes up a lot of space on the counter and truth be told I could probably live without it. I think my power pressure cooker was a much better investment. I use that probably once a week anyway.

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We got one a couple of weeks ago and haven't added oil to anything. Fries, chicken tenders, egg roll etc. All came out perfect.

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