A microwave oven (also known as just a microwave) is an electric device that serves –just like the regular oven- in heating and cooking food.
The difference is that a microwave exposes foods to electromagnetic radiation inducing a process called dielectric heating. Microwave foods are a very popular category since microwave recipes are easier to make; sometimes the instructions on the back of the box don’t exceed 5 steps.
However, what is unbeknown to most microwave users is that they could use it for several other purposes than just heating food. In this article, we will show you other services that your microwave can offer you that you probably didn’t know about.
With these tips, you will realize that you are not using your microwave’s full potentials. Have you ever thought that a few seconds on the microwave can help you to peel stiff veggies skin, or speed up your dough rising?