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Is it safe to microwave clear plastic sandwich bag and then eat the sandwich from it?

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Everyday when I have a break at work, I like to eat my sandwich but I like to eat it warm and hot. Call it a weird way to eat sandwich hot but hey everyone has got their own way of doing things personally. I know people usually eat sandwich which is either cold or at room temperature.

What I mostly do to warm my sandwich is I remove the sandwich from inside the plastic clear sandwich bag and place it on top of brown paper which I then put it into the microwave for warming 30 seconds. The other day I had a bit of a new idea I thought I would like to try out. I wanted to microwave the sandwich directly within the sandwich bag but I was worried the plastic might melt and cause problem. That is why I wanted to know if it is safe to microwave plastic sandwich bag directly and if anyone had tried it out. Will there be any long term health problems if I eat sandwich which had been microwaved within the clear plastic sandwich bag?
asked in Truro by Connie Anderson (133 points)

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