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I have a rice cooker with no instructions and need to know how much water per cup of rice

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I have access to the Australian Owners Manual for this model if it would help.

It says:
Add water using the following ratios:
White Rice = 1cup water : 1cup rice
Brown Rice = 11⁄2 cups water : 1cup rice

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1 cup rice and 2 3/4 cups water. A half teaspoon of salt is optional. Measurements are based on volume, so whatever measure you use, rice and water is always in a 1 to 2 3/4 proportion.

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