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101 Things to Do with an Air Fryer - cover

101 Things to Do with an Air Fryer

Donna Kelly

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

Enjoy 101 recipes for meals, snacks, and desserts with the air fryer’s simple, time-saving technique. These recipes are a great way to enjoy fried foods, with none of the deep-fried calories, and all of the flavor.  

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