Yes, autoclave or a modern automated pressure cooker, it's science...

Posted By: MinnesotaUte
Date: Thursday 10 January 2019, at 03:46 pm
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P/T=nR/V Basically, in a nutshell, you can dramatically increase the temperature by increasing the pressure at a fixed volume, and therfore push up the phase change temperature of water. Water will boil at 100 deg C, unless you put it in a fixed volume where the pressure increases keeping the water from turning to steam. This way you can cook the meat in a liquid mixture at a temperature well above 100 deg C, but control that overall temperature because the mixture stays in the phase change plateau and remains in an equilibrium that keeps the food in sufficient moisture content to cook without over cooking burning or drying out.
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