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Zojirushi 3-Cup Stainless Steel Rice Cooker/Warmer EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Zojirushi 3-Cup Stainless Steel Rice Cooker/Warmer (NS-LGC05XB) on sale for $84.99. Shipping is free. Thanks dealsjumper

Amazon.com also has Zojirushi Home Bakery Virtuoso Plus Breadmaker (Stainless Steel, BB-PDC20BA) on sale for $223.50. Shipping is free. [Discuss]

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Amazon.com also has Zojirushi Home Bakery Maestro Breadmaker (Premium White, BB-SSC10WZ) on sale for $179.99. Shipping is free.
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Temperature danger zone is from 40 to 140. A rice cooker keeps food above that and a fridge keeps food below that. There isn't a significant difference in bacteria growth in either that's why smoked meats or sous vide cooking doesn't get people sick even if you do it for over a day. American guidelines recommend no more than 4 hours for food to stay in a warmer but that is a general guideline and has to do with texture and quality of the food not bacteria growth
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A Zojirushi rice cooker was probably the best kitchen investment I've ever made and is probably the non-stove one that gets used the most (except, perhaps, the microwave). I've had my current model for close to a decade now and it's still kicking. When this one dies, I'll immediately buy another one. The rice I have has been perfect every time -- nice and fluffy and never dry. The rice doesn't stick to the pot like it does with other, cheaper rice cookers.

The one I have is 3 cups and though it doesn't seem like a lot, it's a lot of rice. My partner and I can usually get 2-3 servings each out of it.

As others mentioned, it keeps rice warm for days and doesn't dry it out until you reach a ridiculously long time of leaving it in there, like 4-5 days (I've done this by accident when I've forgotten it was still on before, whoops). It also sings "twinkle twinkle little star" at you when you set it and when it's done.

EDIT: Since people seem to be arguing about this above... I've eaten rice next-day from my Zojirushi rice cooker and have been absolutely fine. The rice was still fluffy and was not dried out.
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We bought the rice cooker that last time it was on sale. Love it! Really like it with timer for doing oatmeal for breakfast! I like to use half water, half milk with my oatmeal. Instead of using just water, I use ice water. That keeps the milk from spoiling overnight until it starts cooking. I also add a pinch of salt, and a bit of butter. Unreal how good the steel cut oatmeal turns out. I always make enough to last for a few days.
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The first link is for rice cooker
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Good price on the bread machine. If I didn't get the one from focus camera. I would totally get this. I like smaller size of it.
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The first link is for rice cooker
It's two in one. The "Premium White" is for the rice....
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I bought the 5.5 cup rice cooker last weekendnfor $150. Today it's $105, you saved me $45. Just placed new order and return other one.
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We bought the rice cooker that last time it was on sale. Love it! Really like it with timer for doing oatmeal for breakfast! I like to use half water, half milk with my oatmeal. Instead of using just water, I use ice water. That keeps the milk from spoiling overnight until it starts cooking. I also add a pinch of salt, and a bit of butter. Unreal how good the steel cut oatmeal turns out. I always make enough to last for a few days.
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Is the rice cooker made in China?
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Anyone with experience using the induction heating version versus just the micom, is it worth the extra price?
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That's a really small rice cooker.
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Is the rice cooker made in China?
Pretty sure it is at this price.
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How is this better than instant pot?
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Is the rice cooker made in China?
The entire US is made in China....
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How is this better than instant pot?
In terms of rice, an IP won't keep rice warm for hours/days after it's cooked.
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