Marie Callendar's meal for two Salisbury steaks and roasted potatoes, 7mins- stir- 5:30 to 6min
@ViktorGodrik, stouffers lasagna 7 mins, peel film off and 7 mins on power lvl 5.
@ViktorGodrik, best one too
@ViktorGodrik, Yes but it's Salisbury steak, why would you be eating that in the first place?
@ViktorGodrik, also Marie Calendar's Chicken Pot Pies
Defrost for 7 minutes
75 is quicker than 1:15
In high school I always cooked my lunch for 1:37. I dont know why, but it was always perfect so I'm not complaining
Mine has a 30 second interval button. I just press that alot of times. I forget there's a keypad.
0, 1, 5, that is all
I use 7 or 8 when I don’t want my food to come out chewy and hard! I JUST WANT IT WARMED, Not hockey-pucked!
Or 8,9 for that matter
@celtics313131, 1:30 is stinky lizard brain. 90 seconds is big wrinkle brain.
I warm my dogs wet food up for 17 seconds.
The real question is why do toasters go up to like 6?
@Dan Dan the fireman , I'll sell you one that goes up to 7.
1:47 for hot pockets
If the time is 70 minutes? Honestly there are all kinds of reasons.
We did a fire drill on a boat once where we PRETENDED to have a fire in the galley. Coincidentally one of the kids had just put a burrito in the microwave and hit 7. Thought he’d be there to take it out sooner but the alarm rang so he ran to his station. Long story short, we were ready to fight that fire, at least.
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I always round my cooking numbers to the nearest 7
Ummm, badaydus. The baked kind.
To use it as a bomb timer
Setting the time of day