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Recently I realised that if I don't have a microwave oven, I can use the boliginboiling water to heat up certain types of food by putting intoboiling water in a deep bowl, putputting water and the food in a covered smaller bowl in it, putting its roof on it, and starttop of the boiling water.

Is it a commoncommonly used way of heating up? Also, which are the advantages of disadvantages of it, compared to microwave oven?

Recently I realised that if I don't have a microwave oven, I can use the boligin water to heat up certain types of food by putting into a deep bowl, put water and the food in a smaller bowl in it, putting its roof on it, and start boiling water.

Is it a common used way of heating up? Also, which are the advantages of disadvantages of it, compared to microwave oven?

Recently I realised that if I don't have a microwave oven, I can use boiling water to heat up certain types of food by boiling water in a deep bowl, putting water and the food in a covered smaller bowl on top of the boiling water.

Is it a commonly used way of heating up? Also, which are the advantages of disadvantages of it, compared to microwave oven?

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Heating up with steam

Recently I realised that if I don't have a microwave oven, I can use the boligin water to heat up certain types of food by putting into a deep bowl, put water and the food in a smaller bowl in it, putting its roof on it, and start boiling water.

Is it a common used way of heating up? Also, which are the advantages of disadvantages of it, compared to microwave oven?