Q. Why is cooking quicker in a pressure cooker ?

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Q. Why is cooking quicker in a pressure cooker ?

A. The boiling point of water (or any othe) dependr liquids upon the pressure on its surface. Steam produced inside the cooker builds up pressure thereby raising the boiling point of water, which results in quick cooking.

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