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My rice cooker is scorching on the bottom.

I am wanting to not need to turn off the rice cooker manualy. I am wondering if there is a way to shorten the cooking time so that I am not burning my rice on the bottom. I have noticed that other people are wanting to know how to have it cook longer too. How do you adjust the time it takes before the rice cooker turns off?

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You need to make sure you have enough water in there. When the rice is cooking, it is sucking up all that water so it can cook and expand. If you don't put enough water in the rice cooker, the rice will use up all the water and then if there is no water left, it will start burning the bottom of the rice because there is no more water.

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