Pressure Cooker

  • (noun): Autoclave for cooking at temperatures above the boiling point of water.

Some articles on pressure cooker, pressure, pressure cookers:

Riddim Driven: Pressure Cooker
... Riddim Driven Pressure Cooker is the eighth album in VP Records' Riddim Driven series ... artists recorded over the Big Jeans Production crew's "Pressure Cooker" riddim ...
Pressure Cooking - Pressure Release Methods - Natural Release
... The natural release method allows the pressure to drop slowly this is achieved by removing the pressure cooker from the heat source and allowing the pressure to lower without action ... to 15 minutes (possibly longer) for the pressure to disappear before the lid can be opened ... On many pressure cookers, a coloured indicator pin will drop when the pressure has gone ...
Point-of-use Water Treatment - Techniques - Boiling
... This can be achieved by using a pressure cooker, as regular boiling will not heat water past 100 °C (212 °F) at sea level ... It is worth noting that not all pollutants are removed from water by boiling, even in a pressure cooker ... A combination of rolling boiling for one minute at standard atmospheric pressure (i.e ...
Pressure Cooker (disambiguation)
... A pressure cooker is a sealed vessel used for pressure cooking ... It may also refer to In media Pressure Cooker (film), 2008 documentary film Pressure Cooker (game show), briefly airing late-1990s U.S ... game show about cooking Pressure Cooker (video game), 1983 game for the Atari 2600 Pressurecooker, 1997 short film Other Pressure Cooker (band), U.S ...

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