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Continuing Education Culinary Skills

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To cook until liquid bubbles.
  1. Fry
  2. Bake
  3. Grill
  4. Boil
None Culinary Skills
Boil
  1. To cook in liquid at boiling temperature (212 degrees F)
  2. To cook slowly in liquid over low heat, at about 180 degrees F
  3. To kill bacteria by heating, generally applied to milk or fruit juices
Grade 2 STEM Words
Choose the correct spelling.
  1. boyl
  2. boil
  3. boyle
  4. boile
Grade 2 Frequently Confused Words CCSS: RF.2.3, RF.2.3e
Grade 8 Kinetics and Equilibrium
Grade 2 Frequently Confused Words CCSS: RF.2.3, RF.2.3e
Grade 8 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 8 Properties of Matter
Grade 8 Properties of Matter
Grade 6 Chemistry
Boiling water is considered a
  1. Chemical Change
  2. Physical Change
Grade 9 Heat Transfer
The boiling point of water is
  1. 411 degrees F
  2. 100 degrees C
  3. 112 degrees C
Grade 11 Periodic Table and Elements
What is the boiling point of Tellurium?
  1. 1261 K
  2. 1333 K
  3. 1000 K
  4. 6529 K
Grade 7 Properties of Matter
What is the boiling point of water?
  1. 100 degrees C (212 degrees F)
  2. 105 degrees C (218 degrees F)
  3. 110 degrees C (220 degrees F)
  4. 120 degrees C (205 degrees F)
Grade 8 Properties of Matter
The boiling point of water is
  1. 100ºC
  2. 32ºF
  3. 1200 K
  4. -100ºC
College Periodic Table and Elements
What is the boiling point of hydrogen?
  1. -253ºC
  2. -253 K
  3. -260ºC
  4. -260 K
Grade 7 Heat Transfer
Which of the following is the opposite of boiling?
  1. evaporating
  2. condensing
  3. melting
  4. freezing
Grade 8 Properties of Matter
What is the process called when a gas cools to form a liquid?
  1. condensation
  2. sublimation
  3. boiling
  4. freezing
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