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From pressure cooking: A pressure cooker is often used to compensate for the low atmospheric pressure at a very high elevation. Under these circumstances water boils at temperatures significantly below 100 °C (212 °F) and, without the use of a pressure cooker, may leave boiled foods undercooked Therefore Pressure cookers are used at higher altitudes to increase the pressure
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Because boiling point of water decreases bcoz of d pressure derfore pressure cooker is used
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