Crockpots versus Microwaves

When deciding what to cook, it’s important to make sure that you are using the correct equipment to get the right results. You either want your meal to come out tasty and savory or quick and fast. Above all else, you want it to be edible.

You have several different choices to make this happen, but for tasty and savory I choose a crockpot. If I want it quick and fast, I choose a microwave. It’s important to know the difference between a crockpot versus a microwave.

Crockpots aren’t necessarily slow, they just utilize energy differently than microwaves. Microwaves disrupts and sometimes mutates the molecular structure through waves of energy thus creating heat whereas crockpots create energy through intentional and sustained heat. This is why you cook a pot roast in a crockpot and a hot pocket in the microwave. You want the molecular structure of the pot roast to stay the same, you’re hoping that the hot pocket’s molecular structure will change into something remotely healthy.

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