MicrowaveHeaven.com is looking for new ideas to add to its growing collection of microwave vegan recipes.
Online PR News – 02-June-2011 – – London, England 1st June 2011
A soon-to-be-launched website, www.MicrowaveHeaven.com, is looking for original ideas to extend its range of vegan recipes.
“We launch the website in one month's time” said Pamela Maunsell (owner) and I'm aiming to double the number of recipes we publish before then - but I could really do with some help”
The site already has a wide range of vegan microwave recipes from soups to puddings with all sorts of goodies like cake-in-a-mug, chocolate brownies and home made jam.
“My problem” Pamela added who writes all the recipes herself, “is that I like chilli with practically everything and that's not going to suit everyone and so I decided to ask the wider vegan community if they'd like to contribute.”
Microwave heaven is not just about how to make delicious food. There is also a buying guide, a section on caring and repairing your oven and a growing list of unusual uses such as drying flowers or fusing glass beads.
“There are two things that separate us from other microwave sites” concluded Pamela; “Firstly, that we are vegan and secondly, that I spend as much time advising people on what not to waste their money on as to what is of value.”
About Microwave Heaven
Microwave Heaven is dedicated to promoting the use of microwave ovens. The site includes a Microwave Buying Guide, a rapidly growing list of healthy (and not-so-healthy) vegan recipes, advice on caring and repairing your oven and some interesting and unusual uses for a microwave oven.