Maths. . IT SAID POT' IT IN THE OVEN DEGREES. So you're baking 2 thirds of a pi? BEEP bop boop
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#5 - pineapplepeople (11/24/2013) [-]
So you're baking 2 thirds of a pi?
#6 to #5 - walnoot (11/24/2013) [-]
you did not
User avatar #7 - successfully (11/24/2013) [-]
What the **** are you baking at 120 degrees? Use a ******* toaster for that **** .
User avatar #8 to #7 - emopandaxox (11/24/2013) [-]
exactly thats not even hot enough to make it safe to eat
#13 to #8 - omnifish **User deleted account** (11/24/2013) [-]
The fact that "it said" to put it in the oven at a certain temperature means that it was probably one of those precooked, frozen meals, to which 120 ºC is more enough to defrost. As they were already cooked and came in frozen and in a vacuum, bacteria are not a problem any more than in your general meal.

About the choice of appliances. He could use the oven or the microwave, but in this case the oven is a better choice as the microwave acts primarily on the water molecules on the food, that absorb the radiation. This causes the water to evaporate faster, making it dry out more than it would in the oven.
User avatar #14 to #13 - emopandaxox (11/24/2013) [-]
well it dont say Celsius or Farinheight and bacteria dont start to die until 140
User avatar #15 to #14 - omnifish **User deleted account** (11/24/2013) [-]
Well, in the case you missed it, "precooked" is the key word here. It means they were already cooked before being frozen and put in a vacuum or in some kind of preservative and shipped. This would ensure that any considerable colonies were killed and prevented new ones from appearing.
User avatar #16 to #15 - emopandaxox (11/24/2013) [-]
I wouldn't trust that it just said pre cooked seems as safe a licking doorknobs
#17 to #16 - omnifish **User deleted account** (11/24/2013) [-]
Unless I was extremely paranoid and thought some random food company is out to poison me, I'd think if I bought pre cooked, frozen food and the package specifically said to cook it at 120º, it should be pretty safe to do so.
User avatar #18 to #17 - emopandaxox (11/24/2013) [-]
I mean yeah but its more i dont trust the packaging, bacteria can get through things that are sealed it would just be too iffy also the lowest my oven goes is 250
User avatar #19 to #18 - omnifish **User deleted account** (11/24/2013) [-]
Those things are pretty safe today mate, food preservation techniques have gone a long way since the ol' smoking and salting. Just press the package, and if air can't get in or out, there's no way a living being can get through either. Plus. if it is kept frozen, it is really unlikely any new harmful quantities of organisms could grow on it.

About the oven. I presume you are measuring it in Fahrenheit? Mine's in Celsius and 250º is the highest it goes. (250 F is actually 120 ºC which is what I assume the content is measuring it on, as 120 F is 50 ºC which would be painfully slow even to defrost)
User avatar #20 to #19 - emopandaxox (11/24/2013) [-]
wow my oven goes to 600 Fahrenheit which and yeah it probably is Celsius
User avatar #1 - hektoroftroy (11/23/2013) [-]
Enjoy the E Coli you'll get from only cooking your food at 120 degrees
User avatar #2 to #1 - Byte (11/23/2013) [-]
I think it was a pastry.
User avatar #9 to #2 - emopandaxox (11/24/2013) [-]
User avatar #4 to #1 - snakefire (11/24/2013) [-]
Hell, I've gone camping in hotter temperatures!

#12 - brizzle (11/24/2013) [-]
***** , you ain't cookin' **** at 120 degrees.
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#10 - anon (11/24/2013) [-]
wow only the 10th or so time, that this has been posted this month.
User avatar #3 - chillychu (11/23/2013) [-]
"IT SAID POT" ... ******* stoner lightbulb
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