What Is the Difference between a 900 Watt Microwave and A1000 Watt Microwave?

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It may seem as if the difference between a 900 watt microwave and a 1000 watt microwave is just 100 watts. However, the difference is in the cooking time. The shorter the cooking time, the smaller the difference is between a 900 watt versus a 1000 watt microwave. You can find more information here: http://www.microwavecookingforone.com/Charts/ChartSpecial53.html
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