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We talked about microwaves a few times on the channel. We even have some tips on how to clean and remove burn smells from yours. Have you watched it yet?
A microwave is a useful appliance. It not only heats and defrosts food but also saves many lunches and dinners at work.
Do you have a microwave at home? Do you use it frequently? Then, you should know which foods and objects can and can’t be microwaved.
See them now:
0:00 Foods and Objects You Should Never Put In The Microwave
When heated in the microwave, water doesn’t form the bubbles that help it cool down.
0:47 Frozen meat
It isn’t easy to defrost meat in a microwave. Usually, the edges get overcooked while the insides are still cold.
1:02 Whole eggs
Eggs can’t be cooked in the microwave. Since the appliance generates heat too fast, steam is formed inside the egg.
It is not a good idea to heat any kind of pepper in your microwave.
1:30 Fresh fruits
Grapes explode, and prunes burn.
Another impressive item that should never go inside the microwave.
1:53 Unpeeled potatoes and tomatoes
Learn something about microwaving unpeeled foods: don’t do it!
Like unpeeled foods, sausages have a thin peel that seems harmless but can cause a lot of damage.
2:35 Tableware with metallic details
You know that nice dinnerware set that your mom loves, full of golden or silver details? Yeah, that’s another item that you can’t never, ever put inside a microwave.
2:54 Aluminum foil
Most people already know that you can’t put metals inside a microwave.
To finish this list, it is also important to remember that you can’t turn on an empty microwave.
So, did you write down everything that can’t go in a microwave?
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