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# Water and rice

Have a rival rc61 rice cooker how much water for 4 servings of rice and how much rice do i use using the meausring cup that came with product

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The ratio is 1:1.

4 cups rice = 4 cups water.

be sure to turn the rice cooker on. just wait for it to say cook!

have a delicious rice meal!

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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