DO YOU BELIEVE IN USING MICROWAVE OVEN to cook or warm up your food?
Absolutely. I warm up left overs, and there are dishes with instructions for Microwave cooking that turn out great. There are a number of things I will warm up in the microwave, and there are a number of things I will not cook or warm up in a microwave. in today's kitchen it is a product of wonderful convenience.
Yes, I believe. Now sure what you mean by the question really. I cook and warm up food in the microwave. I've heard people say they won't because it changes the molecular structure of the food -- but any cooking does that.
I also am a believer. If anything it's not the microwaves that alter molecules in the food, but the heat produced by the molecules microwaves cause to rotate. What I mean is, microwaves cause molecular rotation of molecules such as water for example. When the water flips up and down a lot, it produces heat. It is this heat, that warms your food.
I do, it is so convenient I guess I am willing to overlook the scary things some say about it.
Yes, I believe. Now sure what you mean by the question really. I cook and warm up food in the microwave daily
Microwave is an integral part of my household. I use it for heating up the food, and sometimes for cooking too. It is very convenient and easy to use.
I don't own one. All seems a bit odd 'microwaving' something you are going to eat. Warming up maybe, but cooking, no, not for me.
my husband and i didn't have a microwave for the last eleven years...we cooked and heated everything in the oven or on the stove..just recently...we moved into an apartment (6 months ago) that had a microwave...we started using it and it's so convenient...i don't think we'll ever go back to not having one!! however..i don't think i will ever cook with it!!
I rarely use my microwave, because I enjoy cooking everything from scratch. I can't remember the last time I had a ready-meal. They have little flavour and there is never enough in them to fill me. If I didn't enjoy the process of cooking, then the microwave would be very useful.
Popcorn, Popcorn, Popcorn. That's all I've got to say.
I do love to cook - but it seemed like my kids were able to eat more junk type microwavable food. The microwave broke and I did an experiment and did NOT replace it. I went without one for a few years - when I finally decided to replace it for convenience sake my children were so excited! Sad! But I do not use it much - my husband says I have the most expensive popcorn maker on the block:-)
I live off microwave food, but I am a single 29 year old so it is not like I should be cooking masterpiece meals, lol.
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