It takes longer to cook food by boiling at high altitudes

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It takes longer to cook food by boiling at high altitudes. In Denver the food like Oatmeal used to have High Altitude cooking times on the labels. The cook times are longer. The reason it takes longer is because the boiling is at a lower temperature. It takes longer to cook food by boiling at higher altitudes. In Denver there are certain food that have specific instructions for cooking them in a place in which may be in a higher altitude. From what I remember, the cooking times were always longer. I am sure that there are other places that have the same thing. I can also remember seeing different times on the back of the Bisquick boxes while I was in Rhode Island. I believe the reason why that it takes longer is because the boiling is at a lower temperature. One of those foods that had the different cooking instructions was oatmeal. Have you ever seen those labels like the one I mentioned?
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course EB 110 taught by Professor Ms.thomas during the Spring '11 term at BYU.

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