What is the worst microwave meal...

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  1. FLFJ40

    FLFJ40

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    you've ever had?

    I don't like to waste food, and there isn't much I won't eat. My wife brought home a Lean Cuisine, lemongrass chicken. I don't think I have ever tasted something commercially made that tasted so bad.
     
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    Breakfast burrito .. I nearly hurled!!!


    Someone throw me a vomiticon .. ;p



    TY
     
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    They are sure nasty :frown: thats how they are the Lean type as you cant finsh it so you toss it out in the trash or toss it up in the can :eek:
     
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    "Kids Cuisine" ( http://www.conagrafoods.com/brands/kid_cuisine.jsp ) is pretty nasty

    I'll take a 78 cent el charrito meal ANY day over those !

    A close 2nd is any microwave breakfast meal :blech:

    Blue and gold sausage biscuits however are a different story :D
     
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    I was gonna say. Ive microwaved me some damn good jimmy dean snausage biskits.

    :D
     
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    scab sandwich, glass of puss
     
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    A greasy pork sandwich served up in a dirty ashtray. That and a tall glass of bile.
     
  8. NorCalDoug

    NorCalDoug problems solved daily...

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    pit bull. just can't seem to get it to cook evenly :confused:


    seriously though...who really thinks a microwave is good for actually cooking something.

    Unless you're looking to pop some corn or heat some water in a glass or nuke a "Rel's Red Hot" burrito...those damned things are pretty much useless.

    Ever try to reheat a chunk of lasagne in one? Damned POS! The outside edges are blasting hot -- hot enough to melt the tip of plastic knife you're poking it with -- while the center still has ice crystals on it :mad:

    If you have a very nice one...you can MAYBE reheat some leftovers SORTA evenly...but even that's a stretch.

    IH8Microwaves.
     
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    Agreed. Microwaves are only good for popcorn.
     
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    You guys cook all your crap at 100% power don't you? My wife hasn't figured out the microwave has different power levels either.

    Once you master that bit of knowledge, cooking evenly becomes a lot easier.
     
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    Thanks, Chet. "Gary! You said you were combing your hair"
     
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    All of them. How can anything cooked in a microwave be considered a meal?

    It's good for quick oatmeal.
     
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    Well, at least she lets you put it in her butt... ;p
     
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    agreed, i was unaware that there was such a thing as a "good" microwave meal. i thought they were bad on purpose.
     
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    Something tells me he may regret that comment.

    :D
     
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    Myself, or Swank?
     
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    I was thinking you.
    I have a feeling that the butt comment will rear its ugly head for some time. :whoops:
     
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    Most microwaves don't really have different power settings, they merely cycle on and off, so while they are 'off' the food can equalize temperature more. I think new microwaves still do that, I know the older ones did...haven't tried it with mine at home...cause if I'm cooking it in the microwave then I want it hot NOW, and if the outside is smoking and the inside is ice, that's fine, they can equalize in my mouth.. :D
     
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    Hey, I resemble that remark!
     
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    what do you have...a nomex tongue and asbestos palate?

    no thanks...not for me.
     
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