TEMPERATURE CONVERSION

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TEMPERATURE CONVERSION

Postby B Rogers » Tue Jul 21, 2009 9:15 pm

IF A RECIPE CALLS FOR COOKING AN ITEM FOR 3 HOURS AT 350, IS THERE A WAY TO CALCULATE THE COOKING TIME AT A DIFFERENT
TEMPERATURE, SAY 275 OR 400?
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Re: TEMPERATURE CONVERSION

Postby Guest » Mon Jan 09, 2012 7:25 am

2012.1.8
cooking at a certain temp for a certain time = the value of heat produced.
if you want to achieve that same value of heat with less temp you would increase the time, with more temp you would reduce the time.

Although sometimes cooking at higher temp causes the product to catch fire, likely spoiling the outcome.
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Re: TEMPERATURE CONVERSION

Postby Guest » Tue Jan 10, 2012 12:42 am

B Rogers wrote:IF A RECIPE CALLS FOR COOKING AN ITEM FOR 3 HOURS AT 350, IS THERE A WAY TO CALCULATE THE COOKING TIME AT A DIFFERENT
TEMPERATURE, SAY 275 OR 400?

Is there a formula that could be used to show the higher temp less time or lower
temp more time?
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