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For tight muscles, pop it in the microwave for about 20 seconds to get it nice and toasty.
This cooker’s capacity is enough to accommodate an entire whole chicken or a 12-inch pizza, making it a great space saver and a worthy opponent to any oven or microwave.
Heat in a shallow dish in the microwave on high for about 3 minutes or on the stove in a pan over low heat.
She found it too troubling when she practiced reading with her daughter and noticed she could no longer read the word “microwave” like she once could.
Melting down and remolding plastic is sort of like reheating pizza in the microwave — you get out basically what you put in, just not as good.
Some may say dogs are man’s best friend, but we firmly believe that title belongs to the microwave.
Thaw in the refrigerator or microwave and finish heating through on the stovetop.
Cosmologists had already predicted that such a signal should exist, since light emitted just hundreds of thousands of years after the universe’s birth would have been stretched by the expansion of space into lengthier microwaves.
Regardless, once heated and whipped, the candy sets into a network of sweet, elastic air bubbles, perfect for floating in a mug of hot chocolate, melting in a microwave experiment or roasting over an open fire.
For a mostly hands-off approach, here’s the best way to make them in the microwave.

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