If you're worried about the microwaves, don't be: they're all contained inside a metal box and shouldn't (unless it's badly damaged) leak out to harm you. And so long as you follow the time/setting guidelines for what you're cooking, all should be well. (As with anything else, some things -- e.g. raw chicken -- can be dangerous if undercooked, but that would apply to a regular oven as well.)<br />
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So don't worry. The colour and texture of the results may not be quite the same as cooking the old fashioned way, but it's all perfectly safe. :)

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Microwaves don't make the food very nice, but they're perfectly safe.

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I hate them, it ruined my salad

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So far so good, but I don't like the way it looks at me.

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Does it look a bit glazed?

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It thinks it's so hot.

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I absolutely see no reason why they would not be safe....

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scaremongery....
I have anotherone, just like that:
http://www.dhmo.org/facts.html

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Not safe. They use radiation that poisons the food and silently hurts anyone who stands nearby. Eat a "nuked" bowl of soup and die slowly. Never feed it to children, that could be very bad. <br />
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LOLOL. Some people are so gullible.

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If they aren't safe then I'm doomed

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Just don't microwave your food in a plastic container. Use glass.

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Yes, I know.

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No. They will suck out your soul.

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We've survived for 40+ years having microwaved food, so I don't worry any more. I hardly ever use mine, it cooks corn cobs from frozen in 5 minutes but apart from those I seldom use it

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I use the microwave in my apartment as an oven timer. I don't heat my food in it at all anymore. And it's tastes so much better. <br />
http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/health-hazards-to-know-about/microwave-ovens-the-proven-dangers<br />
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*shaka*

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Yes. Yes.

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I trust them to heat my food of course.. but if I would eat the food afterwards... erm doubt it. ;)

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