I've mentioned it here a gazillion times...I am not a great cook. I'm not a horrible cook, I just don't cook, really. Blame it on a kitchen smaller than most closets, blame it on having no time, blame it on whatever you want. I don't really have an excuse but that isn't what this one is about, folks.
Instead of cooking, I do a lot of microwaving, which I don't think falls into the "cooking" realm. Now, 99% of what I stick in that microwave is organic and non-processed and all that...but, the more I read about certain things, the more I am very careful about what I microwave and more importantly, what I microwave the food in.
I've been avoiding nuking anything in plastic or with plastic wrap on top due to the "plastic leeching" issues I've read about. With all of the latest on the whole banning BPA and other plastics from containers, I'm just a little hesitant on plastic these days. Now, the jury is still out, there are varying studies and all that, but I figure glass is a safe way to go until more research is done.
How do you heat things in microwaves? Are you careful with certain containers?