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Cooking at high altitudes is different from cooking in plain areas at ground level.The reason for this has to with differences in atmospheric pressure.
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higher in the altitude pressure increases, and temperature decreses. that is in high altitude,water boils below 100degree celcius
You all are missing the important point. Actually as the altitude increases, the pressure decreases and at lower pressure the boiling point of water(most common fluid for cooking) increases i.e. water will boil at a temperature more than100 degree celsius. So you need more time and energy to cook.
higher the altitude pressure decreases and water boills below 100degree celcius
Yeah. you are correct. I saw that just after i posted the comment. But there isn't any option to edit it.
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