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Re: material of Sanyo titanium bowl in rice cooker
They are generally made of aluminum to reduce wieght. But sometimes they can be made of stainless steel as well.
One way to determine this is to open the inner pot and see the outside. If it is shiny (like chrome-look), then it is most likely made of steel. If it has a dull finish, or has the titanium coating on the outside as well, then it is most likely aluminum. However, the best way to determine is to directly contact Sanyo Customer Support.
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Most cookware found found in home today is aluminum or cast aluminum. These do not work on induction cook tops. Even older stainless steel Farberware doesn't work because it is not magnetic. Look for an induction compatible label or stamp on the cookware to be sure.
Induction cookware must be made of a magnetic-based material, such as cast iron or magnetic stainless steel. Fully clad cookware brands, such as All-Clad Stainless, Le Creuset Stainless Steel and Mauviel M'cooks stainless work on induction cooktops because they're magnetic.
Induction-compatible cookware contains contains iron or has a layer with magnetic properties. Cast iron, enamel cast iron and most types of stainless steel cookware are all induction compatible (But not all types; for instance, All-Clad's MC2 line, which is made of aluminum and stainless steel, is not induction compatible)
Likely the pressure cooker base is not induction-compatible. This is the case with all aluminum pressure cookers and some older stainless steel models. Your cookware store will have a small metal plate that you can put on your induction burner to heat non-induction compatible cookware.
This sounds like the thermostat inside the unit has went out and is overheating whitch in turn is cooking your rice too fast and too hot! if the thermostat is replaced it will cook the rice even again!
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