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Aroma 6-Cup Pot-Style Rice Cooker $10.90, Rice Cooker & Food Steamer EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Aroma 6-Cup Pot-Style Rice Cooker on sale for $10.88. Store pickup is free or free shipping on orders $35+. Thanks killerloop

Walmart.com also has Aroma 6-Cup Rice Cooker and Food Steamer on sale for $12.88 now-> $12.57. Store pickup is free or free shipping on orders $35+.

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Aroma 6-Cup Pot-Style Rice Cooker $10.88 [walmart.com] (List Price $19.99)
Aroma 6-Cup Rice Cooker And Food Steamer $12.88 [walmart.com] (List Price $14.70)

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Had this model for 2 years, wasn't bad. Fair warning though, it has issues at high altitude. Lived at 5400 ft, and it would always boil over and burn the rice because it ran out of liquid. If you live high enough that it effects the boiling temp of water, add an extra ~10% water, and put it near the sink with the hole in the lid facing the sink so you don't have a mess.

Place I live now is 4300 ft, and never had issues at this house.

As far as the benefits of a rice cooker go, it's not like cooking rice is hard, but it saves a spot on the stove, is fire and forget, and you can remove the pot and throw it right in the fridge for leftovers. Well worth it, IMO.
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I have had this rice cooker for 2 years now. I'm very happy with it.
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I have had this rice cooker for 2 years now. I'm very happy with it.
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Was just chatting with some guy in the rice aisle today about cookers and was convinced they're worth buying, lol. What's the difference between the two?

Edit: They look exactly the same, except the food steamer has an additional insertable food tray. Anything else?
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Was just chatting with some guy in the rice aisle today about cookers and was convinced they're worth buying, lol. What's the difference between the two?

Edit: They look exactly the same, except the food steamer has an additional insertable food tray. Anything else?
Ditto, they're identical, other than the price , the steamer tray is the only difference.
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Had this model for 2 years, wasn't bad. Fair warning though, it has issues at high altitude. Lived at 5400 ft, and it would always boil over and burn the rice because it ran out of liquid. If you live high enough that it effects the boiling temp of water, add an extra ~10% water, and put it near the sink with the hole in the lid facing the sink so you don't have a mess.

Place I live now is 4300 ft, and never had issues at this house.

As far as the benefits of a rice cooker go, it's not like cooking rice is hard, but it saves a spot on the stove, is fire and forget, and you can remove the pot and throw it right in the fridge for leftovers. Well worth it, IMO.
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If it was stainless I would be in
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Get a real rice cooker, the rice will taste better
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Great cooker, picked one for my mom. i love my mom's cooking!
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Can I cook porridge with it?
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Had this model for 2 years, wasn't bad. Fair warning though, it has issues at high altitude. Lived at 5400 ft, and it would always boil over and burn the rice because it ran out of liquid. If you live high enough that it effects the boiling temp of water, add an extra ~10% water, and put it near the sink with the hole in the lid facing the sink so you don't have a mess.

Place I live now is 4300 ft, and never had issues at this house.

As far as the benefits of a rice cooker go, it's not like cooking rice is hard, but it saves a spot on the stove, is fire and forget, and you can remove the pot and throw it right in the fridge for leftovers. Well worth it, IMO.
Thanks, moving back to Albuquerque, higher than Denver lol so I appreciate it.
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