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Lisalea
Thursday, September 20, 2007, 12:26am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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http://www.thehealthierlife.co.uk/article/3568/microwave-ovens.html

What's the consensus with microwaves  
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do not use for cooking, specially raw protein.
it changes the molecular structure of anything you place inside.

some use it with precaution, for warming things up a bit.


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Quoted from lola
do not use for cooking, specially raw protein.
it changes the molecular structure of anything you place inside.

some use it with precaution, for warming things up a bit.




I value ur opinion Lola ... what do u think about  heating things up such as meat, fish, rice and veggies for instance ??
Would u do it and will it change the molecular structure if it's already cooked
Gracias senorita  


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Lisalea, here's what the good Dr. D has to say on the subject: http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archive8/config.pl?read=44677


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as long as you use it to only warm things up, I believe it is ok.

never overheat!


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Lisalea, here's what the good Dr. D has to say on the subject: http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archive8/config.pl?read=44677


Thanks Drea  


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as long as you use it to only warm things up, I believe it is ok.

never overheat!


I will follow ur advice senorita, gracias


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No microwave for me.

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Let's see... it bombards your food with free radicals... Is this REALLY a good idea?

My now deceased would be mother in law scoffed at me "I've never heard of anyone dying from eating microwaved food!!!!"

My retort... "Perhaps you've heard that people die of cancer?"


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No micro for me... and especially never heat plastic babybottles in it.....
I really don┤t understand the use of it....but then again I cook fresh food always...


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I don't use microwaves.  For several years, My family sold our crafts at a big fair that lasted for 12 days.  The only way we could cook was with a microwave.  By the end of those 12 days of microwaved food, we felt very malnourished, even though we were eating similar food to what we ate at home.  The food just tasted and felt devoid of life force (chi).



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