It’s a simple technique that is commonly done over boiling water.
Grilling involves cooking food on a rack over a heat source, usually charcoal, wood, gas or electric heated grills.
The microwave oven works by exciting the water molecules in your food, which in turn heats up and cooks the food very quickly.
Stir-frying involves frying small pieces of food quickly over very high heat in an oiled pan or wok.
Poaching is a cooking method that employs a small amount of liquid that is hot but not bubbling at about 160°F and 180°F (75°C - 80°C).
Just like what it says – food that is not cooked or raw.