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  • Pretty small
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    I wanted to use more whole grains in our diet and with brown rice taking so much longer to cook on the stove, I was looking for a rice cooker. I actually bought this one and later on a larger one by a different manufacturer. Both of them annoy me. They seem to be made for white rice. They cook that perfectly. However, I went back to cooking brown rice on the stove in a plan old pot. The brown rice made things boil over easily and cleanup is a mess. If your plan is to use it for white rice, it is a nifty little appliance that looks great on the counter.

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    regine71 January 10, 2012
  • Love my rice cooker!
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    I purchased this cooker primarily to prepare oatmeal. I have had a great time experimenting with it. though. I have made basmati rice, brown and wild rice mix, rice pudding, and couscous pudding. The rice turns out perfect everytime! It works well for reheating rice also. I have also been happy with the other recipes I have tried from the cookbook that came with the cooker. Note of caution: If you leave things in the cooker on the "warm" setting too long, a crust can form on the bottom. My husband and I like the crust, but some people may find it objectionable. I have actually recommended this cooker to a couple of friends.

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    divka December 12, 2011
  • Oatmeal anyone??
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    I bought this to make rice and I do use it for that several times a week. But the secret and wonderful function of this machine is to make the most delicious Oatmeal porridge on the planet. I saw it when visiting a friend in NYC, and she made the best oatmeal--with raisins and nuts and maple syrup. I asked her how she never failed and never had lumps and she pointed to her rice maker!! I had to haev one and I went home and consulted my favorite store OVERSTOCKS and there it was in all its glory. I rodered one immediately and I am so happy with it. As the Autumn days grow into Winter I will once again use my rice maker to make oatmeal. It also keeps the oatmeal warm--so some can be left for the late sleepers. And it cleans easily and quickly. A great device--so glad that I have it.

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    normaofgreenhill October 9, 2011
  • good
    Verified Purchase

    It was shipped fast to me with all the pieces and instructions that comes with it. Good product because you can cook rice and steam food at the same time.

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    azel1 June 25, 2010
  • Lin
    Verified Purchase

    Maybe the quality is not so bad, it works ok, but I didn't realize that refurbished means that the side would be caved in and there would be food particles stuck to the inside of the bowl. I was in a pinch, so I took it apart and beat out the dents, after I washing someone elses dinner off of it and used it. Kind of like buying something at a garage sale.

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    lrufener May 14, 2010
  • Rice Cooker
    Verified Purchase

    Such a cute size and I am pleased it has a keep warm function. To keep the steam inside the pot, I place the inverted rice measuring cup over the hole in the lid and the moisture drips right back into the pot.

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    utairis March 18, 2010
  • Rice Cooker
    Verified Purchase

    First of all, could not tell in any way that this was a refurbished item, even included the rice spatula and plastic measuring cup. Great little rice cooker! Just be aware that this is small. Perfect for steamed rice for a family of four, but maybe too small to steam veggies. Love this cooker and cheaper than I have seen anywhere else.

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    cruzmama February 5, 2010
  • Works well
    Verified Purchase

    Attractive and works fine. I would probably rather have a more expensive Japanese cooker eventually.

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    finnryant January 26, 2010
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