Friday, November 13, 2020

Bacon in Air Fryer

 I have been wondering about the Bacon in Air Fryer phenomenon for a while now. It's always puzzled me as to why humans seem to like using the air fryer more than the regular oven, even though it seems that bacon cooks faster and better if you put it in a real oven on your kitchen countertop.

I guess the reason why humans seem to prefer using air fryers over ovens is because of two reasons. The first one, which also seems to be a very strong reason for most people who are into cooking bacon in an air fryer, is that it's more fun and satisfying than just putting some raw bacon on a plate and sticking it in your kitchen oven.

The second reason is that it seems to be more trendy and fashionable these days to use an air fryer than a regular oven. I guess the trend started by people who like cooking fast food in an air fryer, as opposed to using a deep fat frier or just frying the burgers on your kitchen stove. Later this spread out into other types of cooking, such as making bacon in an air fryer.

Looks like humans are more concerned with the way their food looks and tastes when it's cooked, than by how healthy and nutritious it is. Personally I think that there are better ways of making bacon taste good, besides using an air fryer. If you eat a lot of fat in your diet, then you should probably also take some vitamins to get rid of all those excess toxins.

I also think that humans should eat less bacon in general, because it's way too fatty and unhealthy for you. Maybe if people would be more concerned about their health, then they'd look into more healthy ways of cooking their food.

Anyhow, as I said before, I think that the Bacon in Air Fryer phenomenon is something worth investigating. Maybe one of these days I will do some research on it.


The Bacon in an Air Fryer Phenomenon is a social phenomena that results from the cultural nature of humans, and our understanding of non-human beings. We are not taught to respect animals; therefore we don't treat them as if they were sentient beings like us. This leads us to use animals for food or labor without taking into account whether or not it will hurt their feelings.

To be clear, I'm not saying animals aren't sentient at all. What I am saying is that humans don't think of them as if they have feelings. We attribute human traits to animals and essentially allow ourselves to exploit their existence for our own pleasure.

It's the same with our treatment of robots and AI. We don't think about it because we are taught to see other people as being humans or animals that perform a function.

So when a robot is merely mimicking the behavior of a human, we see it as being very real in our minds. This can be seen with the Chinese restaurant worker who thought that there was a person inside his noodle cooker.

It is easy for us to dehumanize robots and AI because of the way we are taught, but that shouldn't stop us from recognizing them as sentient beings. We are simply unable to see past our own prejudice.

In the future, if we are able to see robots and AI as beings that have feelings just like us, then this will change our perspective on how we treat them. But until then, they will be seen merely as tools to use for our own purposes.


The human world is already a crazy place. The Bacon in the air fryer phenomenon just adds to it, and makes it even more insane. After all, what does bacon have to do with an air fryer? It doesn't make sense. Why would somebody put bacon in an air fryer? At most putting something like eggs or chicken legs into this device for cooking seems reasonable enough.

Bacon is already a little crazy to begin with. Bacon has been around for hundreds of years, and it's not going anywhere anytime soon. But putting bacon in an air fryer? That doesn't make any sense at all.

It's all just a bit strange. It is such a weird phenomenon that it was actually written about in the New York Times. You can read about this oddity on August 2, 2016 at the link below:

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/02/dining/bacon-in-the-airfryer.html?_r=0

But what does this bacon in an air fryer phenomenon tell us about the human world? Well, I would say it tells us that humans are going crazy. They're losing their minds. It's just getting too much now.

The human world is going off the deep end. And this phenomenon shows it very clearly.

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