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After the rice is cook perfect, the pot complete dead not even worm the rice

Rice pot os working ok. After the rice is cooked. The pot is completely dead. And it is non stick pot

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Ask Asians to guide you to cook rice!
Every time you put rice and add water, level the rice under the water, measure the water by using ur FiNGER!
Use ur mid finger, make sure the first line in ur mid finger is the LEVEL of water.
Dip ur mid finger untill it touches the TOP of the RiCE, the water level must be in the first line of ur MiD FiNGER!
Then ur ready to cook the yummy rice!
Enjoy!

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# Salt is not necessary when cooking rice, but can be added. Unless you add a ridiculous amount of salt it will not significantly change the boiling temperature or time.
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