Originally Posted by jalon
Doesn't water boil at a lower temperature if you go up in altitude? (like Denver)
Just wondering, I think everyone in this thread is relatively low in altitude, but I know my old man has to adjust recipes due to altitude (he lives in W. Colorado).
Great point about the thermo adjustment though...might have to check the one on my UDS.
Yes it does. 212 degrees is at sea level. Im not sure how much it varies upon elevation. I believe that boiling temp goes down the higher in elevation you go. It goes up the lower you go.