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  • Microwaves don't remove the rich flavour of milk as some people insist. Microwaves actually cook things faster, giving the vitamins less time to leave the substance it's cooking.
You can heat milk in the microwave but you have to do it in small increments so the milk doesn't bubble over or curdle. Remember that microwaves cause water molecules to heat up, so even if it doesn't seem like a long enough time, it probably is! A good way to go is to heat it for 30 seconds, stir it, and heat for another 15.
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