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I am just about to use the steamer for my vegetables and i have lost the instructions do i put cold or boiling water into the bottom of the steamer and then turn the timer on??

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You have to use tap water only before turning the timer on. The water will boil to release steam

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Cooking times may vary due to variations in microwave ovens. Adjust cooking times for best results in your oven.
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