RE: [Histonet] Steamed About Steamer

From:"Kemlo Rogerson"

It boils more slowly, or gets to the boiling point at a slower rate.
That's OK if you are steaming rice cos you wait till it's cooked; but if
you time something and it takes longer to boil, you don't boil it as
long. But you're not a Scientist like as what I am.


Why would you be carrying out ICC on the top of Everest? Do they have a
Lab up there? Why? Do they do a lot of frozen sections? Does rice taste
better or worse steamed at the top of Everest? Can you steam rice at the
bottom of the Sea cos water boils at a higher temperature? Um.... You'd
have to boil the Sea wouldn't you? That's silly.


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