I know this is not really a post about a home cooking recipe, but it does have to do with cooking at home.
I am moving into an apartment without a hood vent or a nearby window. A fan would simply blow smoke and smells into the living room, and the only window is on the opposite side of the room.
Does anyone have any experience with an ozone air filter? I've heard that when placed strategically above the stove, it will suck in any smoke or smells generated from my cooking and remove any odors I'd prefer to confine to my kitchen.
If anyone had any other suggestions about cooking without a hood vent (which I know many people do very successfully), I'd appreciate any suggestions as well.
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