Question about Zojirushi NS-PC10 5-Cup Rice Cooker
My rice cooker makes great rice but after less then 24 hours, half the rice is dried out and the other half is extremely mushy and both are inedible. My rice cooker/warmer is still relatively new though, only about 40 days. What should I do, I thought rice cooker's/warmers that are seeled shut are supposed to keep rice fresh for at least a couple days.
It's not meant to keep in there for a few days. A few hours would be the max, say for a party for instance. When you are done with the rice, take it out and put it in your refridgerator.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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Sep 20, 2014 | Krups Kitchen Appliances - Others
Yes - I
think it's a great way to cut down on the time needed for cooking. I
particularly love using my pressure cooker for beans which I soak over night
and then they only take 20 minutes in the pressure cooker. It's also great for
rices like brown rice that take 40 minutes when boiling - it cuts the cooking
time by half.
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