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1 microwave (any size)
roll of paper towels
plastic wrap
roll of wax paper
set of microwave proof dishes
glass measuring cup

When heating something up with bread, wrap bread up in
paper towel. When drying fruit or herbs, always keep a glass
or finger bowl full with water in it. Never put aluminum foil
in your microwave. When recipe calls for something to set, it
means to keep it covered for recommended time so it will finish
cooking out of the microwave.
Remember, only certain plastic containers can be used in
the microwave, including only certain glass dishes. Recommend-
ed glass dishes are Corning Ware and ovenproof dishes. A good
plastic dish to use is a Country Crock butter container. You
can use others, experimenting is a good, cheap way.

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