October 25, 2016

Consumer Reports Finds Microwaves Heat Unevenly

Consumer Reports recently tested microwave ovens for even heating, and found that some models failed the test. One of the problems with cooking food in the microwave is that all microwave ovens have hot and cold spots. Food overheats in some areas and under heats in others. That's just the nature of the appliance. Consumer Reports found that some new microwave models cook food very unevenly. Some products, such as meatloaf and pot pies, aren't stirred during cooking, which exacerbates the uneven heating problem. The organization rates appliances on a scale of "Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair, and Poor". No microwave received a "Poor" rating. The best and worst microwaves tested were: GE Profile JES2251SJSS. This oven received an "Excellent" rating in heating evenness. … [Read more...]

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