Collection: Microwaves and ovens

While microwaves and ovens both use heat to cook food, they do so in different ways. A microwave uses electromagnetic waves to generate heat, while an oven uses conduction to transfer heat from its heating element to the food. Both methods have their pros and cons, so it's important to choose the right appliance for the job.
Microwaves are convenient because they cook food quickly and evenly. They're also energy-efficient, since they use less power than an oven. But microwaves have some drawbacks. They can't brown or crisp food like an oven can, and they can sometimes make food rubbery or dried out.
Ovens, on the other hand, take longer to cook food, but they can give it a delicious, crispy exterior. Ovens also use more energy than microwaves, so they're not as efficient. But if you're looking for a perfectly cooked meal, an oven is the way to go.

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