In a previous post, we looked at the difference between George Foreman’s Evolve and Platinum Evolve grills. In this post, we’re looking at the difference between George Foreman, which is considered to be on the premium side, and Farberware, a very affordable option for a grill. The grills we’re looking at are both 4-in-1, giving you lots of use versatility. But you could be wondering what makes one more expensive than the other, and that’s what we’ll uncover here.
Features of George Foreman Evolve 4-in-1 Grill:
- Versatile 4-in-1 system.
- Use it as a grill, griddle, to bake or a panini press.
- It includes grill plates, griddle plates and cupcake baking pan.
- Plates are non-stick, ceramic coated.
- Digital control panel with adjustable temperature and cook time controls.
- Adjustable angle allows you to tilt the grill higher or keep it flat.
- Searing option heats the grill up to 500-degrees to lock in all meat juices.
- Additional plates available for purchase separately.
Features of the Farberware 4-in-1 Grill:
- 4-in-1 features: contact grill, open grill, griddle and combo grill.
- Non stick plates.
- Includes grill plates and griddle plates.
- Also comes with a scraping tool and a drip cup for removing fat from the grill.
- Two knobs: one for choosing your cook function and another to set the temperature.
What Is The Difference Between the George Foreman Evolve and Farberware Grill?
- The George Foreman Evolve 4 in 1 grill is far more advanced than the Farberware grill, which is a rather basic grill.
- One of best features of the George Foreman Evolve is the fact that it bakes in addition to grilling. So you can prepare things like cupcakes or cookies, or use the deep dish to bake different foods.
- On the George Foreman Evolve, the grill plates are ceramic coated and NOT Teflon like other brands. This makes a lot of difference to many people who don’t appreciate teflon near their food.
- When it comes to controls, the Farberware has the basic knob controls, while the George Foreman uses a digital control that allows you to adjust the temperature and set a cooking time. There’s also a Sear button on the George Foreman Evolve that will quickly heat the grill up to 500-degrees.
- The included plates with the George Foreman are grill plates, deep dish/griddle plates and cupcake pan. The Farberware includes grill plates and griddle plates.
- The George Foreman has a patented slope, angle adjustable design that allows you to tilt the grill up. This is useful to drain more fat off your meats and keep it off the plates. George Foreman grills are known for their fat-reducing feature.
- The George Foreman has these additional plates that you can purchase separately: Omelet plates, shallow dish plates, waffle plates, mini burger and sliders plate. You can see them all here..
- The Farberware Grill doesn’t have an additional plates that can be purchased.
Which One To Buy?
The answer here will ultimately go back to your budget and what you actually need from your grill. The Farberware is a very affordable, but very basic grill, and it does its job perfectly. On the other hand, the George Foreman Evolve is more expensive (in comparison to the Farberware), but it gives you a lot of value for your money. You’ll get high-end features and versatility that will give you the option to cook every meal in it.
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