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It's easy to make ice in a pressure cooker, much easier than making bread.

To make ice cubes in a pressure cooker, place one ice tray in the bottom of the pressure cooker. Add two inches of liquid nitrogen, cover, and wait for the pressure weight to stop moving.

Open cooker, remove ice cube tray, pop out ice cubes.

See? just two ingredients, time and temperature totally not critical.
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Hellosailor, That reminds me of the contest to find the fastest way to start a barbeque fire; Pile the brickettes in the grill, add one lighted match, and 1 liter of liquid oxygen. This was done somewhere a few years ago at a University picnic, they never did find the remains of the grill.
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