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Well, it depends what you mean by cooking it together. If they are tied together to present a larger loin, then you would need to increase the cooking time. I would not quite double the length, but it would be close. If they are going to be cooked side by side, not touching, then you would use the cooking time of 20 minutes per pound. I doubt the loins are really large so you shouldn't have to adjust anything for it being a crowded oven. Remember that if one piece is larger you will have to adjust the cooking time by starting the smaller one later or taking it out of the oven earlier. For perfectly cooked meat, I use a meat thermometer. There are reasonably priced ones at Wal-Mart or Target that allow you to put the sensor in the meat on cord and the read out is outside of the oven. My thermometer has an alarm that beeps when it reaches the set temperature.
Yes it does end, because there is now an updated version of OvenBreak, and if you reach the goal in the new version you can jump into a door or slide under it, if you jump in it you do infinity mode, if you slide under the door you get sent to the menu where you can quit or play again. But the older version is always infinite.
Energy conversion of an Microwave Oven?
yes it is
See chart on this website http://www.microwavecookingforone.com/Charts/Wattage.html
Rounded down to the nearest conversion 375F is 190C
Kinetic energy is the mechanical energy (thermal energy) that does the heating/cooking in a microwave oven. The microwaves that the oven generates stimulate chemical bonds in food, and this is the conversion of electromagnetic energy into that heat we mentioned.
it contains if the energy going to light the answer is like the food of the heat
microwave oven-electrical to heat stove-chemical to heat windmills mechanical to electrical firecracker-chemical to heat and sound
Oh oven you cook my food oh oven I'm alive because of you oven oven you made my day oven oven hooray hooray!
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It is not really a convenction oven it is a convectional oven. It is your regular gas or electric oven that is in the wall. It isn't a microwave oven or a toaster oven or a stove. it is a convectional oven. Hope i helped!!!!!
If you are referring to the "Bake" button on the oven, it will turn your oven on. That is, assuming that your oven is functional.