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How does food get crispy in the microwave?


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2008-04-25 16:49:37
2008-04-25 16:49:37

Things like hot pockets and microwave pizzas use what is called a susceptor (usually in the form of a sleeve or container). These susceptors convert microwave energy into heat, which help crisp up food in the microwave, countering the effects of sogginess that is synonymous with microwave ovens.

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