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22 January, 16:21

When you boil potatoes, will your cooking time be reduced with vigorously boiling water instead of gently boiling water? (Directions for cooking spaghetti call for vigorously boiling water-not to lessen cooking time but to prevent something else. If you don't know what it is, ask a cook.)

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  1. 22 January, 18:06
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    The cooling time will not be reduced.

    Explanation:

    The time to cook is virtually the same in both types, vigorously and gently boiling water.

    The reason cooking of spaghetti calls for vigorously boiling water is to keep the pasta agitated so that they do not stick to one another.

    The temperature of boiling water is the same for both vigorously boiling water and gently boiling water, therefore there will be little time difference in when the potatoes will cook when it is done with vigorously boiling water than when it is cooked with gently boiling water.

    However cooking potatoes in vigorously boiling water may cause the water to dry up on time and the potatoes get burnt.
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