It's common knowledge that cooking under pressure can reduce the amount of time needed by up to 70% in comparison to conventional methods. And preparing food in the microwave takes only half or a third of the time it would take on the stove. Thanks to reduced cooking times, both methods are better for preserving vitamins and minerals. Microwave cooking does not damage vitamins; rather, vitamins are lost when subjected to heat for a prolonged period. As microwaves heat food much faster than is the case on a stove or in a steamer, this method is regarded as being the best for preserving vitamins and minerals. But what happens if you combine both methods? you get the DUROMATIC Micro by Kuhn Rikon - one of the fastest, most energy-efficient and cost-effective cooking methods in the world.
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