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Can You Cook Pasta In The Microwave

can you cook pasta in the microwave
  • An electromagnetic wave with a wavelength in the range 0.001–0.3 m, shorter than that of a normal radio wave but longer than those of infrared radiation. Microwaves are used in radar, in communications, and for heating in microwave ovens and in various industrial processes
  • a short electromagnetic wave (longer than infrared but shorter than radio waves); used for radar and microwave ovens and for transmitting telephone, facsimile, video and data
  • kitchen appliance that cooks food by passing an electromagnetic wave through it; heat results from the absorption of energy by the water molecules in the food
  • cook or heat in a microwave oven; "You can microwave the leftovers"
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  • (in this) therein: (formal) in or into that thing or place; "they can read therein what our plans are"
  • “steady state” thermal values obtained from laboratory testing, it is assumed that temperatures at both sides of a wall are constant and remain constant for a period of time, unlike what actually occurs in normal conditions.
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  • Pasta is a generic term for foods made from an unleavened dough of wheat or buckwheat, flour and water, sometimes with other ingredients such as eggs and vegetable extracts.
  • shaped and dried dough made from flour and water and sometimes egg
  • A dish originally from Italy consisting of dough made from durum wheat and water, extruded or stamped into various shapes and typically cooked in boiling water
  • a dish that contains pasta as its main ingredient
  • someone who cooks food
  • Prepare (food, a dish, or a meal) by combining and heating the ingredients in various ways
  • Heat food and cause it to thicken and reduce in volume
  • prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
  • English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)
  • (of food) Be heated so that the condition required for eating is reached

Dear mouschi, The happenings of these past few weeks were supposed to have taken a great load off my back but like when one loses a limb in war or something, I can still feel the phantoms weighing and haunting me. The rats, the deaths, the interviews, the goodbyes, ''the baby which was supposed to be mine''... But I don't want to hear of it anymore. I want to run away to the city again where I can cook pasta for my children and just feel so happy to feel sad. To feel Here's a story I never got around to finishing when I was younger: To live in one of those Holloway estate shabby council flats wasn`t really as bad as most outside onlookers would perceive it to be. Fair enough that the littered floors, the graffited walls and the shattered windows didn`t send out the best of impressions, but overall one could say that living there wasn`t entirely an unpleasent experience. The community had had some recurring problems with vandles and drug dealers hanging around the childrens play area, it took a while for the coppers to catch them red handed but when they finnaly managed to, there was a sigh of relief and nothing likewise ever happened again. On the second floor of the estate lived a girl named Bryony. After many years of turbulent back garden shed squatting, she and her parents received this flat as a present from circle33, an opportunity to settle down. Neighbour to the mad greek man and Dona Maria the sweet little portuguese lady they had only lived there for 1 year before Dona maria had to suddenly leave for Coimbra. The doctor had informed her that she was ill of health and that her days were counted. She wanted to spend the last of them with her beloved only son. On the very day that she emptied her flat out a new family was already expected to come and occupy it. Every evening after playcenter finished Bryony`s mum would pick her up and together they`d pop into sainsbury`s and choose dinner for that very night. After dinner, Bryony would take a long hot bubble bath, watch eastenders and usually retire to her bedroom at 10 O`clock pretending to fall asleep. When she thought it was safe, she`d sneak out of bed and sit on the corridor window sill and wait for all the street lamps to go out togther at exactly 11 O`clock. Bryony found it comforting for some reason to know that a certain thing would happen the same way every single night without fail, never to let her down. Funnily enough, the day that Dona Maria left for Coimbra coincided with the day that the borough of islington had it`s very first power shortage in over 11 years. Bryony knew that on that evening she would not eat her microwaved frozen pizza for dinner, she would not watch her favourite soap eastenders and she would not see the street lamps go out at 11pm. After kissing her mum and dad goodnight she put on her nightie and slipped under the blankets super quick so that no cold air would sneak it`s way through and freeze her toes. With her head rested on her left arm Bryony lay as still as possible in order not to make the slightest noise. She loved to listen to the silence, there were times that if she listened hard enough she thought that she was actually able to hear the particles in movement. They had a particular high pitched sound and soon after she`d drift off into sleep. On this night, however, as she was listening attentively, another sound interupted this ritual. It was the sound of a key opening Dona Marias front door and she thought to herself it must be the new neighbours. Bryony sat up in her bed as she listened to voices. They were of children arguing and of a man trying to settle them down: ''Stop the bickering, you`re going to wake everyone up. It`s our first night here, we don`t want to cause a bad impression already.'' The walls were very thin between the flats. Depending where you stood, all conversations could be heard quite clearly. All went silent for about 20 minutes until the voice of a young boy started again: ''where the hell is my peanut butter? I want my peanut butter...Who stole my peanut butter?'' Bryony, smiling, hid her head under the blankets and finnaly fell into sleep with the sensation of something great, something lovely was about to happen.
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state of ABSOLUTe depression. i just feel terrible today and have no ideas either. i knew that the school had been cancelled and there's no way to spend a long time outside. (the wind chills were about - 50 F) so i had a skype call with my mom and then with my all family in the morning. my sister and dad went to prague to ask a few questiongs at prague college. omg, they think i want to spend another 18 monts just to get something like british graduation diploma. i thought i was going to college and not high school. my host mom can't cook at all. all she can is to take some gross frozen bag out of freezer and put it to oven or microwave. but i eat a lot these days. and it's not because of the weather, that's because i am lonesome and depressed. but who cares? probably no one. i also made me some pasta with peas, sour cream, parmesan cheese and ham. it can be done in 15 - 20 minute and it's delicious. some people would take a bottle of alcohol and try to forget it, but that's not me. i don't drink anymore. i'm alcohol free. i have always admired the design of absolut vodka bottle. i don't know if there is any further reason to coundown on prague college. this is the first time, since i came to the U.S. in August 2008, i thought i might go back to the grammar school in most although it was the last thing i wanted. so what are my options? 1. GED - since i can't graduate GED could substitue my diploma and some colleges could accept me. 2. prague college - another 18 months just to get a british national diploma? 3. victoria college - this is a junior college in victoria where my best friend had applied. i think they offer to take GED during the freshmen year. but that would mean to stay in the U.S. and not go to the prettiest city in the world = Prague 4. ask the principal at DHS if i could graduate, but i doubt since i've beek taking such a pointless classes. 5. grammar school (a special kind of high school in the czech republic that is said to be prestige and should give you the best education) in most. i am not sure if i'd be able to get back to that school. it is really hard and that'd mean another 2 years and the czech national leaving exam at the very end. the biggest advantage is that i would make my childhood longer, could live with my beloved parents and maybe plan their new luxury nest. and i could go to a big variety of universities and colleges in the czech republic also. i could go to cvut, to be a pilot, or an architect or whatever. something more interesting than prague college. that would also mean to study hard. i could ask my former class teacher to give my some special lectures if i was behind in math or chemistry. and also some lectures on descriptive geometry that is important for architecture. i would be devoted to study and so on. it would be hard though without my best friend to fight all of these old enemies! would someone help me? or would i just bleed out? 6. an english grammar school in prague. i'm not sure if they'd let me go to the senior year or if i'd have to go to junior. it could be sweet. living in an apartment either with my sister or with some friend would make me more mature and freer. i could live wild life as well as a pretty quiet one. i could speak czech and english at the same time. i could cook great meals and having parties. i would be in the most amzing city and still within one hour from my hometown and my parents. 7. commit suicide! just kidding. and i think i'll delete this later. there's 2 hours late start tomorrow. i guess it would look much better without that glass. it's too late.

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