How do they know how long we should cook it?
April 15, 2014 10:40 AM Subscribe
When the good folks at Nestle USA (Lean Cuisine) and ConAgra Foods (Health Choice) package the meals that wind up in our microwaves, how do they know how long we should cook them?
I assume it has something to do with volume and density of the food. What else?
And for those of us who like to think about such things: How come you cook some of them all the way through, but others have to be stirred before being reinserted for a second blaze of rays? And how come you cut that slit over the vegetables in some, but not others? And the dessert is pretty much always uncovered. Why is that?
Counting on you, MeFites.
posted by John Borrowman to Food & Drink (9 answers total) 7 users marked this as a favorite