Cook Something Amazing Today
Air pressure decreases as you move higher above sea level. That means something simmering away is cooking below 100°C (212°F) and will take longer to cook. At high altitudes, by raising the pressure and boiling point above what happens at sea level, a pressure cooker can really boost the reactions cooking your food. Most pressure cooker instructions state a minimum amount of water required for pressure cooking even a tiny amount of food. Inside the tightly sealed pressure cooker, the water is heated and eventually boils into steam. Since the steam cannot escape, it collects above the food.
- So her brothers call her a baby and refuse to play with her.
- Popcorn Eater is a container filling game where you pop popcorn until the eater is full.
- Obtain up to a 3-star rating on each level by making many matches and completing the round quickly.