Radiation Cooking

Families, Food and Fitness June 01, 2009 Print Friendly and PDF

a heating process that does not require physical contact between the heat source and the food being cooked; instead, energy is transferred by waves of heat or light striking the food. Two kinds of radiant heat used in the kitchen are infrared and microwave

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