On Food And Cooking: The Science And Lore Of The Kitchen Hardcover – .Dff, November 23, 2004
The same thing happens in a stress cooker, however the temperature inside is way greater. The temperature at which a liquid boils depends on the encircling pressure. When you cook in an everyday pot at atmospheric pressure (14.7 kilos per square inch [psi]), water boils at one hundred°C (212°F). Inside a stress cooker, the stress can enhance by an extra 15 psi, to nearly 30 psi. That means food can cook at a a lot larger temperature than it ever might at atmospheric stress—and since cooking reactions pace up at greater temperatures, your food cooks faster.
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