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Yes had no problems with cakes meat or toffees works very well.
By RolandFox on 25 April 2016
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Dear Amazon Customer
This product does not come with a temperature guide for meats.
This is something we are looking into.… see more
Dear Amazon Customer
This product does not come with a temperature guide for meats.
This is something we are looking into.
Regards see less
Dear Amazon Customer
This product does not come with a temperature guide for meats.
This is something we are looking into.
Regards

By DOMU UK SELLER on 07 August 2015
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I didn't know the answer to this so my answer is nof exactly scientific but I tried it in warm then hot water and it worked fine. I hope this is useful.
By Janey Noble on 19 June 2015
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No but you can buy the candy like the food thermometer as bought one for my son just type in candy hope this helps you.
By Jayne on 07 December 2014
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Yes. I have been using it on all different cooking.
By Scott Grant Crichton on 14 January 2016
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As far as I can tell it is waterproof as I have used it on dishes containing liquid
By Graham T. on 25 January 2015
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No. You need a sugar thermometer for jam making. Tala make a good one which is not too expensive. Please don't use the VonShef for jam you'll risk breaking it ....the thermometer as well as ruining the jam.
By TomT on 07 February 2016
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measures temps from -50 to +300C
By Mr. P. A. Gomes on 03 April 2015
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Dear John, I am not sure if it is. I have never deep fried mysef so have no experience with that. The range of the thermometer is -50 - +300C (-58 - +572F). If the temperature needed for deep frying lies within this range, it should be OK, however, I think that the probe is made for meat or other solid food. Sorry not … see more Dear John, I am not sure if it is. I have never deep fried mysef so have no experience with that. The range of the thermometer is -50 - +300C (-58 - +572F). If the temperature needed for deep frying lies within this range, it should be OK, however, I think that the probe is made for meat or other solid food. Sorry not to be of more help. see less Dear John, I am not sure if it is. I have never deep fried mysef so have no experience with that. The range of the thermometer is -50 - +300C (-58 - +572F). If the temperature needed for deep frying lies within this range, it should be OK, however, I think that the probe is made for meat or other solid food. Sorry not to be of more help.
By petlin on 16 April 2015