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Microwaves dry out food. I flick water on the stuff I microwave, but it's imprecise: if I overcompensate the food comes out mushy.
If a microwave had a moisture sensor, it could calculate how much water your food was losing from evaporation. It could then add that water back in through a spray nozzle.
microwave would draw water from a tiny stainless steel bottle, not a pipe.
||[+] except for the "steel bottle" bit... why not plastic ?
||Why not get the microwave to use ice cubes in
the shape of the Titanic, which are dropped on
the food, to regulate the moistitity?