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liuzhou

liuzhou

3 hours ago, Anna N said:

I have always found the reference to wattage is less helpful than one might think. The microwave up in Manitoulin Island where I used to spend summers had a lower wattage than my own microwave and yet I was able to burn things in it very easily.  Mine claims to be 1100W and yet when I am making instant noodles  I must always add time. 

 

Mine is a mere 400W, so it matters more to me, not that I use it much.

 

All Barbara Kafka's books are good.

liuzhou

liuzhou

3 hours ago, Anna N said:

I have always found the reference to wattage is less helpful than one might think. The microwave up in Manitoulin Island where I used to spend summers had a lower wattage than my own microwave and yet I was able to burn things in it very easily.  Mine claims to be 1100W and yet when I am making instant noodles  I must always add time. 

 

Mine is a mere 400W, so it matters moreto me, not that I use it much.

 

All Barbara Kafka's books are good.

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