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New Foreman Grill Even Handier

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I recently traded my old Foreman grill for a new model with grill plates that remove. It is so much easier to clean, I highly recommend it. I use the Foreman for fish (salmon, tilapia, mahi, cod, etc.), boneless chicken, pork chops, steaks, veggies, and hamburger. My family and I like the results.

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  • The removeable plates are awesome, as long as you don't drop one. I dropped mine about three inches where the plate handle hit the counter top and shattered. That's not under warranty because it was dropped. Now we are just careful while using that plate because it cost over fifty dollars to replace that one plate. They do make great food though! emoticon - by THESUGARFAIRY
  • We bought the "Next Grilleration" right after it came out about two or so years ago. I think it's a little larger than the one they're advertising now and we had to pay extra for the additional plates, but boy has it been worth it. I make ham and swiss on rye in it using light rye, reduced sodium swiss and ff ham with some buttery non-stick and they're just great. I wait till the plates cool just a little and hit them with a couple paper towels and I'm done. Every so often I throw them in the dishwasher and the other plates that we use for grilling chicken and meat have to be washed each time, so the removable plates are great. Omelet plates are perfect for sandwiches as well. Highly recommended. - by NITEMAN3D
  • Thanks for the advice. - by UNGATITO

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