Gas and energy costs have spiked recently, and utility bills seem to be becoming more and more expensive. In fact, gas and water bills and energy prices have risen by 30% (PDF) since this time last year, according to the National Energy Assistance Directors Association — and it’s unclear if or when they’ll be coming back down. If you’re looking to cut those staggering utility bills, I recommend you take a holistic approach., and are some obvious ways to slash your utility bills, but there are other less-obvious practices that can reduce monthly invoices on gas and electricity.
While ovens aren’t the biggest energy suck in the home, they do guzzle natural gas and electricity, especially if you use them often and for long periods of time.ovens are smaller and more energy-efficient than full-size ovens, and adding one to your kitchen can save you money if you use it regularly and bypass the big fella. If you’re wondering how much energy your gas oven or electric oven uses, we’ve calculated the costs and compared them to the cost of running an air fryer.
As a bonus, air fryers…
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