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So, basically, what you're all saying is that if I want a cup of tea, don't go to the moon 
The mean suface temperature of the moon is over 100C so it's hot enough to make tea. There's no question that there's enough heat ther in most places to boil off water. Tucked away in craters near the poles there may be places that never see the sun. These might have ice in them but even this sill sublime away slowly.An ordinary pressure cooker is designed to operate at a pressure about 1 atmosphere above ambient so it should be possible to use one on the moon to make boiling water at about the right temperature for tea.