On Sun, 17 Feb 2013 17:44:42 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
I do, about half of the times I use the MW. More often than
not, just to heat liquid to a particular temp. It doesn't
matter what temp the liquid is to start with, how much there
is, or exactly what the liquid is--I just punch in the temp
I want, and wait for the bell.
The wife still eats potatoes and popcorn, and those cook
well in the MW. Of course you could argue that's not
cooking, but rather just heating.
I'm actually having trouble thinking of any real cooking
that I do in the MW--mostly just heating things up to a nice
eating temp. I used to scramble eggs and cook them in the
MW, but not anymore--it's just to rude to the fats in the
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