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I lost the instruction manual for my Rival 6 cup rice steamer. I need the ratio of water to rice.

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  • salarson Feb 16, 2009

    lost the instruction manual.  What is the ratio of rice to water?

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Welcome to FixYa. My name is Max and I'm the expert who chose your situation to fix. If you find my solution satisfactory, please award me a "FixYa" rating. Now for your question.

All of the rice cooker makers advise: a 2:1 ratio That is, 2 cups of water for every cup of rice.

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