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List: Posted: 08/05/11
Infomercials can be a great way to learn about some of the newest and most innovative products on the market.... and they can also be a great way to buy something that you will end up never using again.
Knowing how a product will turn out is often a process of trial and error, and reading online reviews can be very helpful. One product that many people are raving about lately is the Pasta Boat. The Pasta Boat is designed to make it easy to cook your favorite pastas quickly in your microwave, without the soggy texture and taste of reheated pasta.
Reviews of the Pasta Boat are mixed. Many single people and couples absolutely love the device and are happy that it makes it so easy to prepare single or double serving pasta. For those living in dorms or hotel rooms, it also offers incredible convenience.
For people with large households, or who cook a lot of larger pasta shapes, the Pasta Boat is likely to be a bit more disappointing. To cook 16 ounce package of spaghetti would take four rounds and about an hour’s worth of time. The Pasta Boat also comes with minimal instructions that do not even include wattage for the microwave. Many complain that buying direct results in exorbitant shipping charges.
The bottom line seems to be that the Pasta Boat is best purchased from a third party, and that it is ideal for singles and couples looking for an easier way to make pasta. You can purchase the pasta boat online, or at any good kitchenware store.
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