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Typically, for anything, I try 15 seconds (below 100g ), if not sufficient 30 seconds and progressively more as function of weight ( one to two minutes for 300g) , testing the not burning temperature with your hand.

It is very burning to try several minutes abruptly without testing progressively. You can even have explosions, in particular with eggs !!

Posted on May 12, 2014

  • depreuj May 12, 2014

    It is function of the power of the microwave, of the weight and starting temperature of the wrap, to remain below the 50C temperature.



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