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Poaching, Simmering & Boiling - Moist-Heat Cooking - Culinary Arts
Poaching, simmering and boiling are three moist-heat cooking methods where food is cooked in hot water, broth, stock or wine, each at a specific temp.
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Why Do You Add Salt to Boiling Water? - Chemistry - About.com
Sep 12, 2014 ... Another reason salt is added to water is because it increases the boiling point of the water, meaning your water will have a higher temperature ...
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What Is the Boiling Point of Water? - Chemistry - About.com
Nov 27, 2014 ... The boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit at 1 atmosphere of pressure (sea level). Jody Dole, Getty Images.
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What Is the Boiling Point of Milk? - Chemistry - About.com
Dec 5, 2014 ... You may need to know the boiling point of milk for cooking or you may simply be curious. Here's a look at what the boiling point of milk is and ...
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Does Adding Salt Lower the Boiling Point of Water? - Chemistry
Dec 2, 2014 ... ... the boiling point of water? You may have heard this and wondered if it was true . Here is a look at the science behind salt and boiling water.
http://chemistry.about.com/od/foodchemistryfaqs/f/Does-Adding-Salt-Lower-The-Boiling-Point-Of-Water.htm
Boiling Point Elevation Definition and Process - Chemistry - About.com
Boiling point elevation occurs when the boiling point of a solution becomes higher than the boiling point of a pure solvent. Here's a closer look at what boiling  ...
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Periodic Table of the Elements with Boiling Points - Chemistry
Nov 18, 2014 ... This color printable periodic table indicates each element's symbol, atomic number, and boiling point.
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What Is the Boiling Point of Alcohol? - Chemistry - About.com
Dec 5, 2014 ... The boiling point of alcohol depends on which type of alcohol it is as well as the atmospheric pressure. Here is a look at the boiling point of ...
http://chemistry.about.com/od/moleculecompoundfacts/f/What-Is-The-Boiling-Point-Of-Alcohol.htm
Boiling Point of Water at Various Altitudes - High Altitude Cooking
One of the most significant changes that occurs at high altitude areas in respect to cooking is the boiling point of water. As the altitude increases, the atmospheric  ...
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Why Does Adding Salt Increase the Boiling Point of Water?
Oct 27, 2014 ... If you add salt to water, you increase its boiling point or the temperature at which it boils. Here's the explanation for why it happens.
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