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Old 1st October 2004, 04:10
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Is it actually possible to heat up a drink in a microwave and how do you do it?
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What kind of drink?

You can heat drinks (refering to water for tea or coffee, hot cocoa maybe).... they must be in microwave safe mugs and I wouldn't fill them up to the top as they will boil over.

It doesnt take much time either .. only a minute or two.

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Old 1st October 2004, 06:31
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Kind of... I tried doing a mug of chocolate, because I'd seen it done before. It boiled right over... I was thinking that would happen if I put it in for longer... but it was only a few seconds. I've also blown up some tuna bake I was doing!

I thought microwaves were supposed to be easy! Never mind!

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Kind of... I tried doing a mug of chocolate, because I'd seen it done before. It boiled right over... I was thinking that would happen if I put it in for longer... but it was only a few seconds. I've also blown up some tuna bake I was doing!

I thought microwaves were supposed to be easy! Never mind!

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Well now... At least ya didnt catch it on fire!

Mine caught fire once and I had to throw it out...

LMAO ... my daughter (9yr) tried to make ramen noodles without the water...noodle block caught fire.

Nothing is ever as easy as it seems!

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Old 1st October 2004, 11:56
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I've been worried about that... I was a bit surprised at the tuna bake, I think it may have been something in the combination of oil and water that did it... so why can I do lasagne but not tuna bake? Bizarre.
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Old 3rd October 2004, 23:56
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hot hot hot

Yes u can, i'm the lazy type so everything gets nuked. Limit time for really hot cuppa is three minutes for a large coffee cup. Makes an awesome mochacino. oops think i spelt that right lol
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Old 3rd October 2004, 23:59
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ahem

You can do tuna bake. Just cover dish with cling film or as we call it glad wrap.
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