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Frequently asked questions.

Are microwave ovens safe to use??

Yes, microwave ovens are safe to use when used according to the manufacturer’s instructions. The microwaves used in these ovens are non-ionizing, meaning they don’t make food radioactive and are generally not harmful. However, it’s important to avoid using metal containers or aluminum foil in the microwave, as they can cause sparks..

Can I microwave food in plastic containers??

Some plastic containers are safe to use in microwave ovens but not all. Always use those containers labeled as “microwave-safe” or have a microwave oven logo.Means use plastic of very good quality which doesn’t melt easily.Don’t use cracked, warped, or not designed for microwave use, as they release harmful chemicals into your food which leads to some diseases.

What is the difference between microwave and convection ovens??

Microwave ovens use microwaves to heat food quickly by agitating water molecules in the food. Convection ovens, on the other hand, use a fan and heating element to circulate hot air, cooking food more evenly and allowing it to brown.

Some microwave ovens also have convection capabilities, giving you the option for both quick heating and baking or roasting.

Why doesn't my microwave heat evenly??

Uneven heating can occur due to the way microwaves work – they create hot and cold spots in the oven. To promote even heating, use a microwave-safe turntable or rotate your food midway through cooking. Also, arranging food in a circular or ring pattern on the plate can help minimize cold spots.