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FishWhoClimbsTrees
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09:36:58 PM Oct 12th 2011
I believe there's also an example of this in Phineas and Ferb (under Western Animation) where Candace and Stacy have to cook a lamb cobbler for Jeremy in 5 minutes so Stacy decides that instead of baking at 350 degrees for 1 hour, they bake it for 5 minutes at 9000 degrees. Although I'm not so sure about this one because the end result is a perfect lamb cobbler.
kroozer101
11:18:12 AM Oct 31st 2011
That's a subversion. They set up the expectation and change it up.
taltamir
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01:32:37 PM Dec 12th 2010
From article: "Also, notice that some processes do behave according to Oven Logic; milk pasteurization, for example, can be done in 5 minutes at 70C, or in less than 3 seconds at 150C"

This is clearly not oven logic as defined by the article. Oven logic dictates that if milk is pasteurized by heating it to 70 degrees for 5 minutes, then heating it to 140 degrees will take two and a half minutes. The 150 degrees @ 3 seconds is completely different then over logic, and it still produced different results (different tasting milk due to caramelization).
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