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Probably a silly question, but can you cook dried squid in a

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Probably a silly question, but can you cook dried squid in a microwave? Will it taste ok?
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>>7102637
i really doubt it
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>>7102637

Well, given that there's no water in dried squid I'd say that it would probably not cook very well in a microwave. You knew that microwaves work by heating water molecules, right?
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>>7102637
Eat it raw like jerky. Don't know why you'd want to microwave it, that would probably be nasty
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>>7102664
That's what I thought but the packaging says 'to be cooked prior to consumption' so I started to wonder...
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>>7102653
everyone knows that
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>>7102713

OP apparently doesn't, otherwise he wouldn't have asked.
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>>7102637
I don't know why it wouldn't if you do it for just a few seconds. It works fine to back life to stale bread or chinese soup noodles that have gone dry, fortune cookies too. A few seconds in the microwave then let them in the air for a few minutes and the fuckers are as good as new.
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>>7102637
why would you want to? that stuff is pretty nasty. i dated a chinese girl that loved it and I wouldn't even let her give me a bj without gargling a gallon of mouthwash after eating that shit
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>>7103268
>why would you want to?
Pure curiosity. So how did she prepare it?
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>>7103286
she didn't. just ate it straight out of the bag. this brand had a sickly sweetness to it. it was like eating rotten tuna with sugar and it was chewy
i love calamari but sweet squid jerky is awful
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