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Can you heat milk in the microwave?
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.
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Answer No. The metal will reflect the microwave energy. The problem with metal of any sort (whether aluminum foil or silverware) is that it can produce an arc ins…ide the cavity of the oven. This can start a fire, and it presents an enormous hazard. Can you use aluminum foil in a microwave oven? Read on. Though it is possibe to use aluminum foil inside a microwave oven, it should only be used if the manufacturer's instructions tell the user how to do it (and the user follows the directions). The microwave oven isn't a good choice to heat the foil itself. Aluminum foil (or any metal foil) will reflect the microwaves and not get hot. If the foil is crumpled or if the foil is near the metal wall of the cavity, arcing may result. That's bad. It could start a fire. Using a microwave just to heat foil is a poor choice.
Food is very fibrous, or less dense, in comparison to ceramic or plastics. The microwaves move very fast at a very high frequency. By doing this, they speed up the vibrations …of water molecules in your food, and the faster the molecules move, the more heat is made. The dishes don't get hot, because the microvaves won't penetrate the material.
No, microwaving milk or any food product is not harmful, however you may detect a slight difference in the taste of the milk, this is normal and the same would happen if you h…eated the milk in more traditional ways.
You can't microwave pumped breast milk because you will lose the micro-nutrients and important immunological properties found in it. Just thaw breast milk if it has been froze…n, then warm to feeding temperature. Thaw in cold water. Then reheat gently only to the proper feeding temperature, not hotter. You can gently warm by running the bottle under hot tap water until warm or allowing it to sit in hot tap water just until warm. Do not warm a bottle of breast milk on the stove, instead first heat the water on the stove and then warm the milk in it off the burner. Health care professionals advise against microwave heating of any milk or formula for infants' bottles. Microwaves often have uneven heat distribution that can create areas in the liquid that are hot enough to burn the infant. Shaking is not an effective method to thoroughly mix after heating in a microwave to be sure that there are no longer any of these super heated spots that are hot enough to burn. Warming in water is a safer method.
It depends in both the wattage of your microwave and if you don't mind the skin. I find 3 mins with a 700 w does the job. If you don't like the skin take it out after bout 2 m…ins and stir it. Hope it helps!
yes, we did and our children are 17 years old and 9 years old and both very healthy
about 20 to 30 seconds
the milk will form a skin.
Yes. Stir water or any other liquid after heating in the microwave to disperse any spatters. Second answer: Yes. Microwave ovens are specifically designed to heat water mo…lecules.
Put the milk in the microwave in a container without any metal, close the door, enter a reasonable amount of time (which will depend on the quantity of milk but generally shou…ld not be more than a few minutes), and start it. Be careful not to burn yourself when you remove it. If you are wanting to boil milk to make it sanitary to drink, a microwave may not be the best way to boil it.
It is possible; however, it is much easier to do so using a stove.
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No - you will get food poisoning - do not heat quiche in a microwave oven - use a conventional oven & heat thoroughly
Simply pour the milk into a microwave safe container and heat it up until it reaches the desired temperature.