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Does Crispy Wave Really Work?

Do you turn to your microwave for most of your cooking work but you hate that the food usually ends up dry and not enjoyable to eat? The Crispy Wave could be the product that might change the way you cook with your microwave for the better. When cooking with a microwave, the machine sends out charges ions that heat your foot from the inside out, but the problem is that this also makes the water and juices inside the food evaporate, causing the food to become dry and lose some of its natural flavour. The manufacturer claims that the CrispyWave prevents this from happening as it is a food wrap that converts the microwave energy into thermal energy. Being a wrap, the Crispy Wave still evenly distributes the heat around your food but does not cause the juices and the water inside the food to evaporate. With this enhancement of the microwave cooking process, the manufacturer promises that microwaved food with the Crispy Wave still cooks fast while at the same time retaining the natural flavour and juices of the food.

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