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Snack-worthy fries without excess oil

T-Fal says the ActiFry uses circulating hot air to disperse a thin layer of oil over fries, creating a crispy surface. T-Fal says the ActiFry uses circulating hot air to disperse a thin layer of oil over fries, creating a crispy surface.
By Diana Burrell
Globe Correspondent / February 24, 2010

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You adore french fries and the numbers on your bathroom scale prove it. Now there’s a home fryer that promises a golden, crispy fry with 3 percent fat (miniscule by fast-food standards). But can T-Fal’s ActiFry satisfy your fat tooth without adding excess baggage to your backside? (Full article: 422 words)

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