# 120 degrees

*Posted by John Quintanilla on May 14, 2016*

https://meangreenmath.com/2016/05/14/120-degrees/

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/ May 14, 2016No cake will bake at 120 degrees, anyway, Celsius or Fahrenheit. Baking happens at 350 degrees F. Now you know.