Question about Microwave Ovens
This is not unusual, and it can reuslt in a nasty burn.
It may help if you be sure the sides of the container are wet before you heat it.
Also, after heating, if you push the microwave back and forth a little bit before opening the door, that may trigger the outburst in a safer manner.
Even better, if this happens a lot with a certain container, put a wooden (non-metallic) spoon in the container before you heat it.
Here's an interesting article about this from Snopes:
And an advisory from the FDA:
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
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