Question about Rival RC101 Rice Cooker
If you use the cup that came with the unit to measure the rice, it would be 5 cups of non-cooked rice whichwould make your 10 cups of rice when done. now the water would have to be 5" marking on the inner bowl.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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