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1 part rice to 2 parts water.

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For one cup of brown rice how much water do i use.and for how long do i cook for


Sorry not sure about the cooking time but I am sure google would have the answer.
Brown rice needs more water than white rice. Using 2 cups of brown rice in a rice cooker, fill with water to the 3 cup mark.

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I lost the plastic measuring cup that came with my Rival RC100 rice cooker, the markings on the inside of it tell's me the water amount I just need to know how much rice the cup held.


The measuring cup you lost is equivalent to 3/4 cup or 180ml and this can make approximately 2 and 1/4 cup of cooked rice.
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For more details, you can download Owner's Manual at www.rivalproducts.com ,
You can also inquire on this site about cup replacement.

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How much brown rice to how much water for 6 cups rice


Hi,
You will need about 4 -41/2 cups rice and fill it till it covers the rices with water about an iuch or so...or to the 6 cups mark on the side...then start it on the brown rice setting...

That will take about 90 minutes or so...make sure you allow enough time...

Here is a tip that will help you figure out about using a rice cooker...

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I have a sunbeam rice cooker working fine and all sunden there no power on the rice cooker. I have test the wall outlet power input which is working fine. I assume the fuse inside the rice cooker burn out the fuse. I could not located the fuse from the inside as opend up everything from the bottom panel rice cooker .Please email to me at vancouvercity2001@yahoo.com


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I lost the measuring cup. Can I use a regular measuring cup? If so, what amount would I use? For 1 cup, 2 cups,or 3 cups? I'm sure there is a solution. Thanks.


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

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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.

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Hamilton beach 20 cup rice cooker


The rice cooker should have markings on the side of the pot. This indicates the water level for a given amount of rice. For instance, if you add 4 cups of rice, you add water until it is level with the 4 mark.

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Rice cooker


The rice will stick if there's not the right amount of water added.

The rice cooker should have numbers marked on the side of the pot. Those number correspond to the amount of water to be added for a given amount of rice. For instance, if you add 4 cups of rice, add water until it reaches the 4 mark.

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The measuring cup for my Rival RC100 holds 6 oz (volume of water to the top rim). The markings on the inside of the pot (1 through 5) seem to hold about 12 oz each.
(that is: the 1 line holds 12.2 oz, the 5 line held 57 ounces of water)
close enough to the standard 2 to 1 water to rice ratio.
I put in about 1.7X as much water (by volume) as brown rice, and it comes out very good for me. (1 cup rice to 1 3/4cup water).

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Lost rice cooking instructions


From the users guide for the 550 FOR BROWN RICE RICE: 2 half cups WATER: To 2 mark, plus 3/4 cup TIME: 32 minutes MAKES: 2 cups RICE:4 cups WATER: To 4 mark, plus 3/4 cup TIME: 39 minutes MAKES: 8 cups Here are the rest: 6 cups To 6 mark, plus 3/4 cup 44 minutes 13-1/2 cups 8 cups To 8 mark, plus 3/4 cup 48 - 49 minutes 15 cups 10 cups To 10 mark, plus 3/4 cup 51 - 52 minutes 21 cups Here is a link to the user guide for all the instructions. http://www.blackanddeckerappliances.com/dyn/prod/user-guide/139/RC410%20RC550.pdf

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