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Old 03-09-2017, 11:42 PM

Marleinie Marleinie started this thread   983 posts, read 654,946 times
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And on the box it says not for microwave and intended for oven use. Thing is I have always used the microwave on them and they have tasted excellent, but is it really bad for you? I have put 8 on a plate and microwaved for 2:30 and they have tasted great otherwise. I have actually been loving these Doritos Loaded things : And on the box it says not for microwave and intended for oven habit. thing is I have constantly used the microwave on them and they have tasted excellent, but is it actually bad for you ? I have put 8 on a denture and microwaved for 2:30 and they have tasted great otherwise. final edited by Beretta ; 03-16-2017 at

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Old 03-09-2017, 11:47 PM

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good .. apart from the fact those are highly processed and credibly not that full ‘for you ‘ .. if you have tried to prepare them in the microwave and you like the solution .. that ‘s fine. They wo n’t kill you if you microwave them.

The merely rationality the box says do n’t microwave is probably that the company tested them in both the microwave and oven and the results were no doubt much crispier in the oven – and they figure most people will like them better that way. They ca n’t offer the same results in both so rather than explain that, they just say oven entirely .
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Old 03-10-2017, 06:23 AM

clawsondude   1,414 posts, read 1,066,133 times
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I ‘m certain those things are delightful and I ‘m a guilty as anyone else when it comes to eating stuff like that. That being said, how many ways can we find to kill ourselves with food in this area ?

As far as the original question, I always make things that are intended to be crispy in the oven. The extra wait time is worth it IMO. If I ‘m going to clog my arteries with awful foods I make indisputable I get american samoa much knock for my dollar as I can !
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Old 03-10-2017, 08:26 AM

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If there are oven/stovetop directions anywhere on the box, I use those methods in stead of a microwave. If I can avoid using the microwave, I do !Rate this post positively

Old 03-10-2017, 11:05 AM

Cliffie   7,358 posts, read 10,785,106 times
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There ‘s nothing wrong with using the microwave when they recommend the oven, except that the meal you fix is likely to turn out mushy and boggy. It ‘s not dangerous, merely unappetizing .
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Old 03-14-2017, 09:24 PM

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I consider it with some things angstrom retentive as no fish or chicken is in it. Or pork barrel.

Those things look soooooo gross lol yuck
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Old 03-14-2017, 10:04 PM

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However, if you’ve already done this with your particular item we can either believe it’s safe to do so or that you don’t mind them done that way. I’m guessing that you have done this for that particular item more than once?

I’m sure that we’ve done something like that as well, as it was the quickest way to a hungry tummy. Although I can’t recall now what that may have been.

Oops, re read your post and see you took items out of box onto a plate and then in microwave. Some people might have put box in microwave, which could have ignited. Anyways, if you liked them the way you did them, who can argue? It’s you that’s eating them. My think. not every item is intended for microwave consumption because of the cook times and could possibly have a thread or two of foil which could ignite in your microwave.However, if you ‘ve already done this with your particular detail we can either believe it ‘s dependable to do sol or that you do n’t mind them done that way. I ‘m guessing that you have done this for that particular token more than once ? I ‘m indisputable that we ‘ve done something like that vitamin a well, as it was the quickest way to a hungry tummy.Although I ca n’t recall now what that may have been.Oops, re read your post and see you took items out of box onto a plate and then in microwave. Some people might have put box in microwave, which could have ignited. Anyways, if you liked them the way you did them, who can argue ? It ‘s you that ‘s eating them. last edited by cat1116 ; 03-14-2017 at

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Old 03-14-2017, 10:23 PM

arctic_gardener   3,457 posts, read 4,478,231 times
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It will make your microwave olfactory property like sweaty gymnasium socks, but differently, not dangerous.

Addicted to them, are you ? just imagine licking a damp, sweaty gymnasium sock each time you bite into one of those .
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Old 03-15-2017, 04:45 AM

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primitively Posted by I consider it with some things equally hanker as no fish or wimp is in it. Or pork.

Those things look soooooo crude lol yuck

my god the poster asked about cooking methods not a commentary and we’ve had a majority of commentary not what she asked,,

this is no worse than a cupcake and id rather eat these 100x more than evil peas or turnips…. there,,,thats my commentary

to the op….if you have used these with success in the microwave keep doing it,,

the optimum may be heating in the oven (that’s how they taste test these )

microwaves are fine,,, unless its a raw product like a burger,,, yuck ? ? ? ? ? my idol the post horse asked about cooking methods not a comment and we ‘ve had a majority of comment not what she asked, ,this is no worse than a cupcake and id preferably eat these 100x more than evil peas or turnips …. there, ,, thats my commentaryto the op … .if you have used these with success in the microwave keep doing it, ,the optimum may be heating in the oven ( that ‘s how they taste test these ) microwaves are very well, ,, unless its a raw product like a burger, , ,Rate this post positively

Old 03-15-2017, 06:50 AM

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Cook a batch in the oven and then cook a batch in the micro wave, which do you like best ?

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