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I am at a friends house and would like to use the rice cooker. I've never used one before and have no idea how much rice and water to use. Where can I find the instructions on line.

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Here is a tip that I wrote that will help you with using your rice cooker to steam your veggies...

How to Steam Vegetables in your Rice Cooker

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hi!

you put the rice inside and just add water the same place where the rice is.

just remember that the ratio for rice is 1:1.

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