Food Cooked in Microwave?

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Microwaves cook different types of foods at different rates. Generally, moist foods cook faster than less moist foods. Microwaves cook food by emitting microwaves which are high frequency electromagnetic waves. When this waves hit the food, the atoms of the food substance start to vibrate and become warmer and warmer. Continued exposure to these waves cooks the food.
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To microwave food that has already been cooked you basically need to just put it in a microwave safe plate and heat on high in 30 second increments until it is hot. Cover it with a papertowel to prevent messes in your microwave.
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A microwave cooks food using radio waves ranging from 2.5 gigahertz. Once the food absorbs these radio waves, they change to atomic motion which heats your food.
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First it's important to note that microwaves are generally not the problem when warming foods . Harvard Medical School did a study showing that when fatty foods (meats and cheeses
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ready meals are the best usally.
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