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1 cup of rice in the rival cup does NOT equal 1 cup of rice in a regular measuring cup. I lost mine too and I've found that using 3/4 cup of a regular measuring cup works with the lines on the inside of the pot
you should have a "lever: you push down to cook and it will "pop" up when the rice is finshed, your cooker holds 6 Cups cooked rice, use 2 cups medium grain rice/ 3 cups water this should yeild you 6 cups of cooked rice, let sit about 4 min after the lever pops up to allow rice to finish steaming
On this rice cooker to make a perfect pot without overboiling....Use 2 cups of rice and 4 cups of water, When it starts to boil life the lid ONCE and stir and then put the lid back on pressing down to make a seal, The water should not boil over if you follow these instructions, I just made a pot :).....Oh and use the same measuring cup for the rice and the water, Just remeber....One cup of rice = two cups of water!
You are an *******....Just to be blunt....This person is asking how to cook the rice to water ration in the rival 6 cup rice cooker and that ratio is like other ways to cook rice, which you are completely wrong about maybe you should take some lessons on how to cook. Its 1 PART RICE TO 2 PARTS WATER....NOT EQUAL, and in the cooker its 2 cups rice and 4 cups water makes a perfect pot!