Rice Cookers

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Rice Cookers

We carry standard Panasonic rice cookers in 3, 5 and 10 cups. It has a keep warm feature, with a removable lid. A fancier Panasonic rice cooker has a keep warm feature up to 12 hours with an attached lid. This kind of rice cooker comes only in 5 and 10 cup. With the attached lid it allows the heat to stay in the chamber and the heat rotates around keeping the rice warm without over cooking or burning the rice. The rice cooker also has a drip tray on the outside for excess water. With the standard rice cooker the heat escapes between the lid and pot so the cooker turns on and off when reaching certain temperatures, so best to eat rice relatively close to when rice is done cooking. The fanciest rice cooker we carry is the Panasonic Fuzzy Logic which cooks both white and brown rice, makes porridge (okayu or Japanese rice porridge) and this rice cooker will even bake cakes. The Fuzzy Logic comes in a 5 and 10 cup size. The last rice cooker we carry is Vita Clay rice cooker. It is non-aluminum, non Teflon, all natural clay rice cooker. Acts as either as a slow cooker or a rice cooker. The drawback to this rice cooker is the clay pot has to come out of the cooker right after the rice is cooked. If it is left in, the heat in the chamber will continue to heat the clay pot and it will burn the rice.

 

Rice Cookers

We carry standard Panasonic rice cookers in 3, 5 and 10 cups. It has a keep warm feature, with a removable lid. A fancier Panasonic rice cooker has a keep warm feature up to 12 hours with an attached lid. This kind of rice cooker comes only in 5 and 10 cup. With the attached lid it allows the heat to stay in the chamber and the heat rotates around keeping the rice warm without over cooking or burning the rice. The rice cooker also has a drip tray on the outside for excess water. With the standard rice cooker the heat escapes between the lid and pot so the cooker turns on and off when reaching certain temperatures, so best to eat rice relatively close to when rice is done cooking. The fanciest rice cooker we carry is the Panasonic Fuzzy Logic which cooks both white and brown rice, makes porridge (okayu or Japanese rice porridge) and this rice cooker will even bake cakes. The Fuzzy Logic comes in a 5 and 10 cup size. The last rice cooker we carry is Vita Clay rice cooker. It is non-aluminum, non Teflon, all natural clay rice cooker. Acts as either as a slow cooker or a rice cooker. The drawback to this rice cooker is the clay pot has to come out of the cooker right after the rice is cooked. If it is left in, the heat in the chamber will continue to heat the clay pot and it will burn the rice.