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Simmering is a temperature. To keep a pot simmering, one brings it to a boil and then reduces the heat to a point where the formation of bubbles has all but ceased, typically a water temperature of about 94 °C (200 °F).
 In food preparation
Simmering ensures gentler treatment than 
 Japanese cuisine
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 Chinese cuisine
Simmering with soy sauce flavored with anise and other spices is common.
 American cuisine
Food prepared in a soups, etc.
 Modern stoves
Some modern electric ranges have a simmer setting.
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