microwave oven

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microwave oven

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


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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Growth of the microwave oven market growth is supplemented by factors such as increasing disposable incomes, growing working class, and changing lifestyles, especially in the developing regions.
Mohammad Saleh Badri, acting director general, Esma, said: "As far as microwave ovens are concerned, the UAE has passed a law that will ensure these products are safe for the consumers.
Further research revealed that my observations had been correct: the direction of rotation of most microwave ovens changes randomly according to the position of certain components when the device is turned on.
It's not clear why so many people are uneasy about microwave ovens.
The new product is being extensively promoted with TV spots, a drawing for a car and many microwave ovens, and point of sale promotion.
A body of evidence suggests that the leaching of toxic chemicals from plastics, adhesives, inks and browning trays may be occurring in the superheating within a microwave oven.
About 95% of American homes have a microwave oven, and food products for the ovens generate sales of more than a $4 billion a year.
Sharp, which controls the biggest slice of the worldwide market for microwave ovens at 25%, aims to launch the Internet-capable microwave oven on the U.
An object that would take 5 to 10 hours to make in a furnace requires only 90 minutes in the microwave oven.
We've teamed up with Miele to help four lucky readers win a M326 EG microwave oven worth pounds 275.

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