Reddit Reddit reviews Breville BOV900BSS Convection and Air Fry Smart Oven Air, Brushed Stainless Steel

We found 6 Reddit comments about Breville BOV900BSS Convection and Air Fry Smart Oven Air, Brushed Stainless Steel. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Breville BOV900BSS Convection and Air Fry Smart Oven Air, Brushed Stainless Steel
Super Convection Technology: 2 speed convection fan (Super & regular) offers greater cooking control. Super convection provides a greater volume of air to ensure fast and even heat distribution, perfect for air frying, dehydration and roastingPrecision Cooking & Element IQ: With Element IQ 6 Independent quartz heating elements move the power where it's needed most, above and below the food for perfect resultsAir Fry & Dehydrate Presets: Why buy a stand alone air fryer or dehydrator when the Smart Oven Air can air fry french fries and other family favorites and dehydrate a range of foods; Dehydrate up to 4 trays of goodnessSize Matters: The large, 1 cubic feet, interior makes room for toasting 9 slices of bread, roasting a 14 pounds turkey, air fry favorites like French fries, slow cook with a 5 quart Dutch oven and comfortably fit most 9 inch x 13 inch pans and 12 cup muffin traysSuper Versatile: 13 cooking functions to guide you to perfection: Toast 9 slices, Bagel, Broil, Bake, Roast, Warm, Pizza, Proof, Airfry, Reheat, Cookies, Slow Cook, Dehydrate. Voltage: 110 120 VoltsLCD Display: To easily access the built in smart functionality, choose from 13 cooking functions. Integrated oven light automatically turns on at the end of cooking cycle or can be switched at the touch of a buttonWarranty: 2 Year Limited Product Warranty; Power: 1800 Watts
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6 Reddit comments about Breville BOV900BSS Convection and Air Fry Smart Oven Air, Brushed Stainless Steel:

u/anessa_vay · 21 pointsr/Cooking

Yes, my Breville Smart Oven Air is amazing. I have a full-sized regular oven and I still use this all the time.

u/CantGoogleMe · 11 pointsr/keto

https://www.amazon.com/Breville-BOV900BSS-Smart-Oven-Silver/dp/B01N5UPTZS

the greatest kitchen gadget ever. Also use the dehydrator mode a lot to make jerky.

u/chefcycle · 10 pointsr/AskCulinary

I would highly recommend this model https://www.amazon.com/Breville-BOV900BSS-Convection-Brushed-Stainless/dp/B01N5UPTZS

The airfry option is amazing and it works so much better than traditional air fryer designs. Not sure what the price match is for Amazon on the model you are looking at but I think it's absolutely worth it for the airfry or "super convection" mode they call it. I find myself using it when I just quite can't something to crisp up like I like. A few minutes at 450 on super convection always does the trick.

Both will fit the pan you are looking at but NOT the model pryex makes with the extra big handles.

I can't say enough good things about these ovens. I cook all the time using an oven all most daily and I've used my big oven maybe 10 times in the last two years now.

You'll be happy with either one but I say go for the air fry :)

u/kaidomac · 3 pointsr/soylent

Honestly, it's one of the reasons I learned how to cook - it was just so much of a hassle taking risks, especially when dining out. I eventually limited myself to only trying new products on the weekend, and kept a product spreadsheet of what worked & what didn't, although sometimes products would change & I'd get a reaction to them.

It was certainly educational learning about all of the substitutions available on the market...coconut aminos in place of soy sauce, Otto's cassava flour in place of all-purpose flour, and more advanced stuff like homemade nixtamalized corn tortillas using a cast-iron press & keeping them warm in an microwavable insulated tortilla warmer.

I went through probably 35+ appliances trying to find the right combination of safe ingredients & convenience for meal-prepping, as it seemed like EVERYTHING has a huge hassle when it came to food sensitivities. Over the years, I eventually settled on just a handful of truly worthy appliances, including:

  • Instant Pot (electric pressure cooker)
  • Sous Vide (temperature-controlled water-bath) & vacuum-sealer
  • Deli slicer
  • Oster Smoker Roaster with no-filler pellets
  • Baking Steel
  • Breville Smart Oven Air (particularly for the proofing, airfryer, and dehydrator functions)

    Being restricted was difficult because it limited what safe options were available to you, and you get tired of getting sick all the time trying new stuff, so after testing lots & lots of kitchen gadgets, I finally got a good group of machines together that gave amazing, consistent results. The Instant Pot & Sous Vide units are two of my most-used machines. I use the deli slicer (you can find them for $99 on Amazon, no need to get a $500+ commercial unit) with the sous-vide & smoker a lot, primarily for homemade deli meat, because Boar's Head GF deli meat was getting super-expensive (almost $10/pound now!).

    The smoker is super awesome because you don't have to invest in a $500+ pellet smoker or be a BBQ whiz...just plug it in, add some pellets to both cups, and set the temperature! It works excellent in combination with sous-vide-cooked meats as well. The Baking Steel was hugely helpful for making good-quality baked goods, especially pizza:

  • https://www.bakingsteel.com/blog/gluten-free-pizza-tests

    Otto's flour, while it doesn't rise like wheat flour, makes for some surprisingly good baked products, including baguettes that you can bake directly on the steel surface:

  • https://www.ottosnaturals.com/blogs/recipes/gluten-free-pizza-recipe
  • https://www.ottosnaturals.com/blogs/recipes/gluten-free-crunchy-french-bread
  • https://www.ottosnaturals.com/blogs/recipes/simple-country-bread

    This ultimately led to a pretty nice meal-prep system, because I could both control cross-contamination, but also create some legitimately good food (and not just "good for gluten-free"). And as this is a Soylent sub-reddit, don't forget that DIY blends exists! So you can always make your own GF version of Soylent. Tons of recipe ideas available on the Complete Foods website:

  • https://www.completefoods.co

    The thing I always tell people with food issues was not to expect miracles from the food industry, particularly the restaurant business. I've worked in food service and can tell you that everyone is busy, under-staffed, under-paid, and largely vastly under-educated in regards to food allergies. If you're expecting not to get a food reaction based on some kid getting paid minimum-wage in the back of the house to carefully prepare your food for you, you're playing with fire, it's as simple as that.

    That's important to understand because it's so easy to push the responsibility on someone else, but we're the ones stuck with the reactions. I used to have a coworker who would come out to lunches with our group & then get furious when his food caused a reaction in his body - which is a normal reaction, except it was nearly every single week at nearly every restaurant we went to, at which point he should have realized that eating out simply & expecting to feel great simply wasn't in the cards for him, but he didn't want to to accept personal responsibility for it.

    Which is also totally understandable, because I didn't realize what a burden gets lifted off of you when you get take-out or dine in at a restaurant or even just grab some fast-food at a drive-through or just pick up some snacks at a corner store, until I had to live with food allergies for a time. It can be amazingly stressful not to just eat whatever you want, whenever you want to!

    I wish that the food labeling laws were more stringent & covered more bases, because I do think the food industry is in dire need of further accountability, but unless you want to dedicate your life to fighting that battle, having to come up with a different solution is the route everyone with food problems has to go down at some point. Hopefully someday, things will improve even further! Great technology is becoming available & more & more companies are paying attention to the issues & doing a better job with labeling & creating alternative food options, which is really cool!
u/fsr1967 · 3 pointsr/airfryer

I have the Breville Smart Oven, and I love it. It's an air fryer, toaster oven, convection oven, and dehydrator, all in one unit. I use it practically daily for toasting things (including making nachos in about 5 minutes), have made beef jerky in it, and roasted a whole chicken, not to mention all of the air frying I've done.

It's a bit pricey, it's well worth it, considering how many devices it replaces.

u/plaitedlight · 3 pointsr/Breadit

You'd have to have something that could get and stay pretty hot. Most toaster ovens aren't going to have a consistent enough heat.

But, there are pretty good counter top ovens out there. Something like the Breville Smart Oven maybe.