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Old 08.07.2015, 18:37
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Re: Gas Grill - which one?

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check out gonser.ch they often have some
pretty good deals
It appears to be just a load of no-brand-names junk from China.
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Re: Gas Grill - which one?

I would strongly recommend European Outdoor Chef for a couple of reasons:

1. The funnel system ensures that the oil drips out, so that you get lean meat = healthy food

2. It's virtually impossible to burn the food since the heat does not come from below, but from all around

3. The food gets cooked from all sides with needing to turn it

4. The oil does not drop on the burners unlike other gas grills, where the rancid oil imparts a bitter flavour to the food. It can also be carcinogenic

I've got a few grills including Weber as well as a wood-based garden grill, but for health reasons, the Outdoor Chef wins.

If you're looking for a really compact grill with more flavour of coal, I recommend you look at Lotus Grill. Good for balconies, but not for inside the house, since although it minimises smoke by about over 98%, there is some smoke for the first couple of minutes.

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Re: Gas Grill - which one?

If anyone is still in need of a good vfm gas grill, Aldi has one on promotion from today (16/7), for 199,00.
Three heat zones, plus a side burner:

https://www.aldi-suisse.ch/de/angebo...l-stratos-3-1/

I bought a similar one over a year ago from Aldi, but all stainless steel, for 100 chufs more, and have been very satisfied.
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I've got a few grills including Weber as well as a wood-based garden grill, but for health reasons, the Outdoor Chef wins.
For health reasons, it's probably better not to BBQ at all.
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