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January 2008 Issue

Microwave Cooking Kills Bacteria….As Long as You Follow Instructions

Q. Does microwaving kill the bacteria in food that can cause food poisoning?
A. Yes, if the food is cooked properly to avoid uneven heating. But there have been cases of food poisoning from frozen foods—particularly pot pies—not microwaved properly.

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