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When you don't want a soggy, unevenly heated mess made out of your lunch...
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When you don't want a soggy, unevenly heated mess made out of your lunch use a real oven. 
Why doesn't your website offer a link to share to Google+?? 
I have yet to work in an office building with a real oven.  That must be a novel experience.
+John B There is a link to share on Google+. It's on every article....
"When you want crispier food in the microwave, parchment paper helps. Just place it underneath your lunch, or wrap your food in it, and it'll help keep it crispy. We're not entirely sure why this works, but we tried it with pizza and wound up with a better end-product."

I'd venture to guess that it works by absorbing some of the moisture that might come to the surface of the crust as the pizza cooks.
Well +Enabran Tain that's obvious... If you read my comment, I was speaking of their website... They have links to share on Facebook, and 5 or 6 other lesser known sites... But no Google+... Why the omission? 
Or you can pool money together among co-workers and buy a microwave that isn't a piece of shit. Or if it bothers you that much, buy one yourself and be hailed a hero.

My two cents.
+Enabran Tain There's a +1 button, nothing to share it, and +1's don't appear on your news feed. 
+CJ Griesmeyer +John B - If you guys click the +1 button and don't move the mouse, it'll expand down into a full share box where you can type before you share with your circles or the public. I use it all the time, works like a charm. Screenshot: Dunno what you guys are doing, but don't jump on me for trying to help.
Hot pockets look so good, but are so terrible.
Also, +Lindsay Donaghe, you make a very good point. We have a microwave, coffee machine, and ice maker in the break room of my office. No oven there, for sure.
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