Thursday, September 16, 2010 9:21:24 PM
To all those arguing as to whether microwaves heat from the inside or out; you're both wrong because microwaves don`t heat the object, they heat the moisture within the object. So an item with moisture on the inside, such as a hot pocket, would heat from the inside out. On the other hand, something with evenly distributed or moisture on the outside would heat from the outside in. Oddly enough, something like vegetable soup would heat up from the inside out because there is less moisture in the veggies than the soup but they get egual doses of energy. Having said that, dice would be unaffected because they don`t have any moisture in them.