Q: Is an operating temp of about 148 - 165 degrees too low?

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165 degrees c

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340 degrees. *Pork should be cooked to an internal temp of 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Check the link.

-35 -148 + 18 = -165

using a cooking thermometer ,plunge it the roast at the thickest part. 165 degrees is the temp for pork

165 degrees Celsius is 329 degrees Fahrenheit.

165 degrees Fahrenheit = 73.89 degrees Celsius

300 degrees, as long as internal temp of turkey reaches 165, you are safe

Approx 1 hour. Until an internal temp of about 165.

165 degrees Celsius= 329 degrees Fahrenheit

165 degrees Fahrenheit for at least 20 seconds. stick your thermometer in the thickest part of the thigh.

165 Fahrenheit

20 to 30 minutes at 350 degrees. should do it. Internal temp should be 165 Fahrenheit.

The temperature before consuming should be 165 Degrees Fahrenheit. You can roast it to about 135 degrees, remove it from the oven, and let it rest for fifteen minutes tightly covered with foil, and the carry over heat will raise the internal temp to about 165.

165 degrees Celsius = 329 degrees Fahrenheit

165 F = 73.89 C Degrees C = (Degrees F - 32)/1.8 So, 165F = (165 - 32)/1.8 = 73.888C

Most poultry (chicken, turkey) is considered fully cooked when it reaches 165 degrees. Leftovers and casseroles also are safe to eat at 165 degrees.

Answer: 165 ºC = 329 ºF

165 C = 329 F

A good temperature to bake your chicken at would be 375 degrees for 30 minutes. You can use a meat thermometer to check the temperature which should be around 165 degrees.

If you see the angle is 165° so 100+65 = obtuse angle (for more detail, please reply)

165ºF = 73.89ºC

It depends on how much your turkey weighs...about 40 mins for a 14 lbs turkey. Make sure you check the temp. and it has to be at least 165 degrees

About 12 - 15 minutes but always check to make sure you reach an internal temp of 165 degrees

Answer: -165 ºC = -265 ºF