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  • Although some plastic may say it's microwave safe it's generally not recommended. The reason is that some so-called safe plastics, though they may be BPA free can contain other chemicals that can leach at high temperatures. Better to err on the side of caution and use glass or safe ceramics for microwaving.

    Amy Ziff
    Answered by Amy Ziff
    2 years ago
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