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    I have a rice cooker, which I have not used in many years, it is a National, made by Panasonic, and I believe that it is the only good one.They are OK but I use an ordinary pot, Revereware 2 qt, and the tried, proven, foolproof method.....1 cup of long grain rice, 1 1/4 cup of water, bring to boil, cover, turn to simmer and time for 14 minutes, remove, fluff, and let sit for 5 minutes covered. This makes absolutely the best rice, and as any CH who has done any of my recipes, knows, I use Thai rice, almost exclusively. I use a different method for Arborio rice, follow the directions of the pkg. I found that rice cookers did not save any time, used as much electricity, and were much more of a nuisance to store, which a pot is not, and can be used for all of the other things you use a pot for! (try putting a rice cooker under the bed!)Cheers, Doug in BC

    From: Doug Irvine
    Posted By: dougandmarie@shaw.ca
    Post Date: Mon, 22 Nov 1999

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