Eric Theiss Declares Freedom From Deep Frying

We all know deep frying can be dangerous. Especially with kids and pets around. And deep frying bathes food in fat and oil.

Not only is it unhealthy, it’s ridiculously high in calories and harmful trans-fats. I don’t eat like that every day and I don’t want my family to, either.

The worst part? Deep frying turns my kitchen into a disaster area. Cooking with deep fryer oil requires hours of soaking & scrubbing. Everything within a ten-foot radius is coated with greasy oil.

A better alternative is the Power Air Fryer XL. There’s no messy clean-up after dinner’s over. I can even put the Fry Basket right in my dishwasher.

Plus, I’m always watching my waistline. The problem? I love delicious food. Especially delicious fried food.

And deep frying my meals in oil and lard has never helped me reach my fitness goals.

I used to think I had to deprive myself of my favorite foods in order to stay fit. Deep fried chicken was my reward for having gone to the gym all week.

But then air fryers came onto the market. I’ve been in the culinary industry for over 20 years, so I was skeptical at first but after careful consideration and reading a lot of airfryer reviews, I bring to you The Power Air Fryer XL. It’s become my go-to kitchen tool for cooking juicy, homemade fried food I don’t feel guilty about eating.

Now I make my favorite fried foods from childhood, like French fries & fried chicken. Whenever I want!

The meals I cook in my Air Fryer have up to 80 percent less calories and fat than if they were cooked in even the best deep fryer.

So when air fryers started to become popular, I was curious to see if I could actually cook the fried foods I grew up eating. But without all of the guilt.

After a few days with the Air Fryer XL, I was eating my favorite crispy fried foods with my family. Just like when I was a kid. But without sacrificing our health, our time, or my wallet.

Those restaurant bills really do add up.

Listen to this. Did you know that medium-sized fries from the average fast-food restaurant have a total of 16 grams of fat and 340 calories?

That’s roughly the same amount of fat and calories for three medium-sized servings of French fries cooked in the Power Airfryer XL.

And I get the same crispy texture & crunch I grew up with. What’s the secret?

Air Fryers are greaseless fryers. They cook with air, not oil or lard. In the Power Air Fryer XL, super-heated, turbo cyclonic air fries my potatoes to perfection.

But it’s not just French-fries. In the Power Air Fryer XL, I make ALL of my favorite fast foods with less fat and fewer calories. Without sacrificing taste.

Chicken tenders, fish & chips, mozzarella sticks. You name it. I’ve even made fresh, homemade doughnuts.

The best part? I don’t have to run to the gym afterward.

If that’s not a kitchen miracle, I don’t know what is.

Why Air Fry?  

  • Low-Fat Healthier Cooking
  • Automatic, Fuss-Free Cooking— Great for Novices
  • Fast and Convenient
  • Easy Clean Up
  • Versatile: If You Can Put it in the Oven, You Can Air Fry it!
  • No Open Flame— Will Not Heat up Your House
  • Save on Cost of Cooking Oil
  • Saves on Calories: Up to 80% Less Calories than Frying Chicken
  • No Oil Messy Clean Up
  • No Microwaves
  • No Chemicals

4 thoughts on “Eric Theiss Declares Freedom From Deep Frying

  1. SIBELE

    OLA! I am new on air fryers and I would like to know if I can cook frozen food like TEMPURA SHRIMP/ POPCORN CHIKEN. IF SO ,, SHOULD I USE THE DIRECTIONS ON THE PACKAGE FOR TIME AND TEMPERATURE,,, ?
    LOOKING FOWARD FOR YOUR REPLY :)-

    • powerairfryer

      Hi,
      You should try 15 minutes at 350 to begin with. You can add time as needed!

      • Barbara

        Can you tell me the price of this?

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