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Monday, November 9, 2009


Have you ever wondered if it is possible to bake a loaf of bread in a microwave oven?

I've researched this question on the Internet, and the experts say that bread can be baked in a microwave, however...

- Microwaves cook from the center outwards, so you should gradually decrease the power in stages.

- Do not knead the dough. If you do it will not rise.

- Make sure your bread is completely enveloped in wet paper towels or it will dry out and taste like cardboard.

- Take care when you remove the wet towels from your loaf after it is cooked, since it will be very hot.

Bon Appétit!