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    Quote Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post
    I know a couple that owns that rice cooker as well, they love it as much as you do.
    Oh awesome. I'm glad there are people who shares my enthusiasm about this rice cookers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by echerub View Post
    I remember when I bought my latest rice cooker, the store owner told me that Zojirushi is the top brand, followed by Tiger (I think), and way in distant third, Panasonic. I like how the rice turns out with the current generation rice cookers. I used to get hot spots in my old one where you'd always get rice sticking and a bit of charring.

    My only complaint, if I could name one, is that the new cookers take a little longer to cook the rice than the old ones

    Very happy with my current and previous Zojirushi rice cookers. They make good units.
    Oh it takes longer to cook? I never noticed. lol Yea they are wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    ...she showed me which button to press for white rice.
    This didn't happen to be a rice cooker/bidet combination machine ?

    ... oh, how I love some of the Japanese technological innovations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by add View Post
    This didn't happen to be a rice cooker/bidet combination machine ?

    ... oh, how I love some of the Japanese technological innovations.
    ROFL meee too... Japanese people are really weird.

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    I have this exact model, it is amazing. A step change for rice. I can recommend it unreservedly, and the price in america is cheap vs what I paid for mine. At the prices you pay, it is as big a step change as a victorinox to a forged gyuto.

    I think it cooks slower to retain rice integrity or something. Not sure why it takes longer, but I like the result.

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