Savings: You’ll notice small savings in your electricity bill.
Remember this: Many foods have to be made in the oven. However, you can also cook a surprising number of ingredients in the microwave. For example, the microwave is a convenient option for cooking various vegetables and fish.
Reducing your carbon footprint: More energy-efficient cooking four times a week reduces your carbon footprint by the equivalent of the emissions caused by 50 kilometres of driving a year. A microwave oven, kettle and induction stove consume less energy than a ceramic stove.
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