Talk:Microwave oven

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(old) but the dominant view is that microwaved food has no safety differences from other foods, except for the obvious (e.g., the lack of browning)

(new) Indeed, the opposite may be true as some have raised the possibility that browned, burnt and charred foods from traditional cooking methods (frying, toasting, baking, grilling) may actually be carcinogenic.

--Roses2at 10:40, 31 July 2010 (BST)