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microwave oven

An oven that uses microwave energy for cooking or heating food.

CAUTION!

Food prepared or reheated in a microwave should be tested with a thermometer to make certain it has reached the lethal temperature for potentially hazardous microorganisms.
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Unusan [44] showed that baking and microwave cooking had no significant effect on the [[omega].sub.3] fatty acid content and Weber et al.
Microwave oven cooking (MO) : The microwave cooking was done in a 700 W single beam microwave oven operating at 2,450 MHz (Inalsa, Model: IMW 17 EG) for 70 sec in order to achieve an internal temperature of 72[degrees]C measured by probe thermometer.
Naasz wrote that the article "doesn't fully depict the frozen food industry's commitment to product safety," and he was able to state the case for AFFI's efforts in microwave cooking safety, noting that AFFI "has worked diligently with retailers and regulators to provide clear microwave cooking instructions and enhance good manufacturing practices."
Washington, April 19 (ANI): Griddling - cooking on a flat metal surface with no oil - or microwave cooking can help maintain the highest antioxidant levels in vegetables, according to a Spanish study.
Visitors to the site will find wattage information for individual microwave units, best practices for food preparation and other resources to aid in safe microwave cooking. Wattage information is particularly important, as it's impossible to properly prepare foods in a microwave oven unless the unit's power is known.
Microwave cooking is time-saving, simple and more convenient as well as energy-saving are the main sales arguments [1].
Specifically, recommended microwave cooking times on the pot pie packaging were based on wattage categories, but most patients were unaware of their microwave wattage.
Prick the potatoes with a fork several times and put in microwave cooking on high for eight minutes.
This year's new questions include general and microwave cooking practices.
Although there isn't an abundance of research, what exists is pretty clear: microwave cooking is one of the best ways to preserve the nutrients in vegetables--probably because you cook them so quickly without boiling the water-soluble vitamins into the cooking water.
Viking Range Viking Professional High Speed Convection Oven, $1,975 Includes 17 microwave cooking options.
Enhanced with a complete index of recipes, a list of handy Cooking Tips, a roster of Herbs & Spices, complete instructions for Baking Breads and Baking Desserts, timing instructions for buying, drying, and cooking Vegetables & Fruits, a Food Quantities table for large servings, microwave cooking hints, a Calorie Counter, Cooking Terms glossary, and a not-to-be overlooked "how to" on Napkin Folding techniques, "The Miracle Cookbook" is a prized addition to the personal or family cookbook shelf.

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