Given that less cooking times yield more nutritious food, the cooking method you use also determines how healthy your meal can be.
For example, boiling is a healthy way to cook your vegetables. However, longer boiling times in larger volumes of liquid often mean that the food has dispersed most of its nutrients in the water. In fact, boiling reduces the vitamin C content in a food more than other cooking methods.
Contrary to what most people might believe, popping your veggies in the microwave with a little amount of water is the healthier option to make steamed or boiled vegetables. The smaller amount of water and the faster cooking time keep most of the food’s nutrients in its original, raw form.
Your Nutrigrill® can give you well cooked vegetables as fast as a microwave can. In addition, it combines different cooking methods that can provide a variety of healthy meals for you.