Why does the use of pressure cooker reduce cooking time?

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Muskan Anand

1 year ago

Because under pressure, the heat builds faster and maintains temperature better, so cooking time is reduced. ... The increased pressure inside the cooker increases the boiling point of water above 1000C so more cooking is done before the water actually starts to boil. So ultimately food is cooked faster.

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