@lichme We have a smaller one, same brand, that I got in a Fuko. It has been great, and we have not seen any flaking. I guess it’s worth noting that we pretty much only use it to reheat chicken fingers, though.
@haydesigner@OldCatLady When you have leftover pizza and you freeze it, I suggest slicing it before freezing. Not only do slices store more easily in a freezer, frozen slices are easier to handle when time comes to eat it.
I hear some people have some sort of strange self control when they don’t have enough people to consume a pizza on their own in one shot. Also some people cannot consume pizza multiple days in a row or in the time a fridge can handle which is the really strange part. I don’t believe cold pizza can go bad in the eating window. But to each their own
@haydesigner@OldCatLady@sdb@unksol since you got all passive aggressive and sarcastic, I’ll return the favor. Some people have people called friends and family to help them eat a pizza. Others have the sense to order a pizza in a size they can reasonably finish without having to freeze the leftovers. Isn’t this fun?
@haydesigner@OldCatLady@unksol@warpedrotors Yeah, over-ordering because when you do the math on cost per square-inch of the pizza, bigger is cheaper. And when you account for the preferences of any friends who might be around to eat pizza you need a variety. And when you look for coupons, you find a discount for ordering multiples.
Or when making pizza, the additional cost and effort to make another one is insignificant while already making pizza, but after the kitchen is all cleaned up the effort to make the first one is much larger than pulling leftovers out of the freezer so why not make another one, or three, while you are at it.
Combine all those inputs and the output is a lot of leftover pizza.
@unksol failed at what exactly? I was poking fun at you for either being a weird loner who has to freeze pizza because any size is too large, or being too stupid to order the correct size in the first place. You admit to being both, but I fail? Is the “whoosh” from the air passing through your ears without any resistance?
I have a 5.3 quart and it’s the bees knees. This is a little too small unless you are single. It turns the frozen section in the grocery store into a whole new world. A note, they don’t really fry obviously. It’s like a countertop convection oven. Taquitos, Red Robin brand steak fries, frozen burritos, Banquet fried chicken, tyson nuggets, mozzarella sticks. If you like gas station food, like I obviously do you need an airfryer.
@somf69 I agree. I have a 3.75 qt unit and it’s barely big enough sometimes. These little guys go on sale all the time for this very reason. I don’t know that a digital option is all the helpful when they are this small too.
Well, I hope this one is better than the ‘Chef Sifu’ one I bought here about 16 months ago… The handle/tray and base NEVER seemed to HOLD as it should (IF the base was HOT… the ONE time you really NEED it to hold), AND it totally QUIT WORKING less than a month after the 1-yr warranty ran out!