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I usually add a little bit of water (just a few tablespoons) to whatever I am heating up. I find this provides additional moisture and keeps the food from getting too dry. Also, be sure to stir/flip regularly so that the food is evenly heated.
To get the best results reheating food in the microwave, use 50% or 75% power, and turn the plate every 20 seconds or so (if you don't have a turntable). Stir or flip a few times if you can. Only get it just hot enough, no more. Food overcooked in the microwave is just nasty.
You can just pull out a pan and heat the stove really quickly then fry it without oil, it'll get crispy and not chewy. It's really good and it works within three minutes.
The best way is to take the sub apart. Scrape any left over loose condiments (i.e. Mayo, ketchup, mustard, etc.) off of the bread. Turn your toaster oven on to about 250°. Put your bread in it while it's heating up. Then on a separate plate, heat up your sub guts (cheesesteak, fish, etc) for about 1.5 minutes in the microwave. Check your bread to see where ...
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