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Panasonic Inverter Microwave Oven

An intuitive microwave that delivers precise cook times and better tasting food

by Ami Kealoha in Tech on 08 April 2010

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Providing consistently even heat throughout the entire cooking process, the Panasonic inverter microwave oven closely replicates the technology of a traditional oven resulting in better controlled cooking and tastier food.

While most microwaves repeatedly turn a high temperature on and off when reheating or cooking food at low temperatures, the Panasonic inverter delivers a constant flow of energy. This keeps from overcooking the edges and enables the simmering of stews or poaching foods such as fish or chicken.

The 1300-watt high powered microwave is equipped with a one-touch sensor button that intuitively calculates cooking time and adjusts the power levels automatically. Ensuring accurate cooking time helps with healthier cooking—foods like broccoli actually retain a higher amount of Vitamin C when cooked faster, compared to steaming or boiling.

CH recently put the Panasonic NN-SD688S to the test and found its unique technology really does provide a better cooking experience. This model ($180) along with other inverter microwaves sell online from Panasonic.

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