Why is it less difficult to cook rice or potatoes at higher altitudes?

Q:- Why is it less difficult to cook rice or potatoes at higher altitudes?

Ans:- Atmospheric pressure at higher altitudes is low and boils water below 1000 C because the boiling point of water is directly proportional to the pressure on its surface. As less boiling point is required at higher altitudes therefore it is less difficult to cook rice or potatoes at higher altitudes. Continue reading “Why is it less difficult to cook rice or potatoes at higher altitudes?”