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Submitted by D Frost, Cookery Correspondent

Planet Online is holding a special technical session to teach its sales staff how to use a microwave oven.

An operative from Panasonic will attend the ISP's office in Leeds tomorrow to give detailed instruction on how to use the sophisticated cooking device.

Of course, if that's a little too technical for those hard working orbs at Planet, they could always try a Pot Noodle. This nutritional hot meal only requires the addition of boiling water to swell the dried ingredients.

And if turning on the kettle is too much bother, simply use hot water from the tap. Couldn't be simpler.

Still, not possessing much microwave know-how is small beer compared knowing all that complicated techie stuff about the Net, eh, guys? ®

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