A new microwave susceptor being launched by A.D. Tech., Taunton, Mass., is designed to improve browning and crisping of food without charring the package. The first commercial use of A.D. Tech's patent-pending Safety Susceptor material is in a consumer product, Accu-Crisp microwave cooking bags, which reportedly permit microwave cooking of foods previously thought to be nonmicrowavable. Working much like a fuse box, fusible links in the pattern-metallized material melt when temperatures get ...
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