Cooking is prefered in a pressure cooker than in open vessel, Chemistry

To increase the pressure so that boiling point of water increases and heat provided goes only for cooking food not for boiling water

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A pressure cooker cooks food faster because under pressure the temperature is increased to a higher point than the 2120 boiling point of water in an open container and more over takes less time

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