ThriftyFun News October 9, 2004 - Microwave Cooking

ThriftyFun News
Microwave Cooking

Volume Six, Number 39 October 9, 2004


Today's topic is Microwave Cooking. We have posted quite a few articles and links below. If you have any microwave cooking tips or recipes to share, feel free to submit them.


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This newsletter contains:

  • Cook It Quick
  • Microwave Cooking (PDF)
  • Microwave Safety and Tips
  • Toasting Nuts and Seeds in Your Microwave
  • Care of Plastic Microwave Cookware
  • Plastics and the Microwave
  • Microwave Food Safety

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Microwave Cooking

Cook It Quick

Cook It Quick is brought to you by University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension. "Helping you prepare healthy foods in a hurry." This site has a lot of useful information and recipes with new infromation added every month.

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Microwave Cooking (PDF)

This PDF is full of information and tips for microwave cooking.

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Microwave Safety and Tips

Don't use the microwave for deep-frying, canning, or heating baby bottles. These applications don't allow adequate temperature control for safe results.

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Toasting Nuts and Seeds in Your Microwave

"Enjoy the health benefits of a daily handful of nuts or a couple of tablespoons of seeds by sprinkling them on cereal, yogurt, salads, soups, pasta and vegetables. Toast them for added flavor."


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Care of Plastic Microwave Cookware
By Anne Field

General, cleaning and care information for Microwave cookware.

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Plastics and the Microwave
By Michelle Meadows

Stories about the dangers of chemicals leaching from plastic into microwaved food have circulated on the Internet for years. As a result, the Food and Drug Administration continues to receive inquiries from concerned consumers.

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Microwave Food Safety

There are traits unique to microwave cooking that affect how evenly and safely food is cooked. "Cold spots" can occur because of the irregular way the microwaves enter the oven and are absorbed by the food. If food does not cook evenly, bacteria may survive and cause foodborne illness. Simple techniques ensure that meat and poultry microwave safely.


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