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I lost the cup that came with the rice cooker, and was wondering what the rice/water ratio is.

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Hi,

For Jasmine rice, we use 1.5 C dry unwashed rice to 2.5C cold water.

For Japanese short grain sushi rice which needs washing, we use 2C dry rice, wash and drain it, than add 2.5 C cold water and let soak for 10 minutes, than cook.

For brown rice, we use a 2:1 ratio, water to rice, with 20 minutes soak time.

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