Microwave Oven

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This technical electronic marvel can perform feats that new owners may not

know about and old timers may have forgotten. Some of its tricks, such as melting chocolate, will even help

recipes destined for the conventional oven. Others, such as warming finger towels and re-warming gravy,

demonstrate the microwave oven's unique abilities. For many of us, switching to a microwave oven feels

like starting over. It takes a little time-and a little courage. Rest assured that many of the tenets of fine

cooking remain the same. Food will taste best if you start with the freshest ingredients. You`ll still need to

melt some butter, whip a sauce, taste for herbs and test for texture. The microwave just lets you move

faster. n Microwaves are short radio waves. The waves themselves are not hot; that is, they do not give off

heat.

Like other, more obvious objects of personal style, such as clothes and furniture, which have evolved from

mere expressions of taste to markers of character, books provide the outside observer with clues as to

what sort of person we are. And although these clues might be deceptive (who's to say a Rhodes scholar

can't dip into a monster-truck magazine when he's so inclined?), there's no getting around the fact that, for

many of us, we are what we read. Half the fun of going into a new friend's home is surveying the contents of

his or her bookshelves. It's much more accessible than a diary -- and often more revealing.

Sure, best-seller lists rank what's popular, but if you want to do more detailed market research -- to know

what kinds of people are reading what kinds of books, and how many pages into them they fall asleep --

there is no better vantage point than the aisle of a jetliner.

Don't microwave your vegetables: new research shows that microwaving destroys up to 97% of important

nutrients like antioxidants. It is, in fact, the healing phytochemicals that are the most important reason to be

easing vegetables like broccoli in the first place. These phytochemicals are powerful anti-cancer nutrients,

but blasting them with a microwave defeats the whole purpose.
If you microwave your food, you're killing it. You might as well be eating canned soup or other forms of

"dead food." To be healthy,you've got to eat food that still has its nutritional value intact. So what should

you do instead? Steam your vegetables. Or eat them raw.

Remember: the less you cook them, and the less they're processed, the healthier all foods really are.

Ideally, you want to go straight from the garden to your mouth.

The rise of widespread nutritional deficiencies in the western world correlates almost perfectly with the

introduction of the microwave oven. This is no coincidence. Microwave ovens heat food through a process

of creating molecular friction, but this same molecular friction quickly destroys the delicate molecules of

vitamins and phytonutrients (plant medicines) naturally found in foods. One study showed that microwaving

vegetables destroys up to 97% of the nutritional content (vitamins and other plant-based nutrients that

prevent disease, boost immune function and enhance health).

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