Let's imagine a seller scammed you and sold you a Gamma rays / X-rays "oven" instead of a common microwave oven. The power consumption would be the same as a common microwave oven, i.e. about 1 kW, but the oven would use x-rays and/or gamma rays instead of micrometric waves. How would one notice that the oven behaves differently than a common microwave oven?
I do realize that the door of the microwave ovens have holes that let pass visible light but not microwaves, so, for the sake to make the question more interesting, let's assume that the door consists of a thick metallic wall. So essentially the oven looks like a metallic box from the outside.
Would the energy be used to heat the food as much as if microwaves were used? If not, is the energy then wasted to heat the walls of the x-rays oven?