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Zojirushi Rice Cookers: NS-RNC10FZ 5.5-Cup EXPIRED

daisybeetle 12,961 73,257 October 11, 2016 at 09:44 AM in Appliances (5) More Macy's Deals
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Promoted 10-11-2016 by slickdewmaster at 12:40 PM View Original Post
Macy's.com has Zojirushi Rice Cookers on sale after you apply promo code FIFTY. Choose free instore pickup where stock permits. Alternatively, shipping is free on orders over $99 or when you add a beauty item to your order (from $4). Thanks daisybeetle

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Enter code FIFTY to enjoy an extra 50% off select regular priced kitchen items.
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Enter code FIFTY to enjoy an extra 50% off select regular priced kitchen items.
Thanks, if I put that in the OP it would have helped Doh
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good deal on 10 cup induction model. i got an older model that was only 5.5 cups for $200 from Home Depot a couple of years ago and it cooks perfect rice every time. make this deal even sweeter by buying macy's gift cards online or transfer AMEX MR points to Plenti and using Plenti as payment method.
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I got a rice cooker for free with curbside pickup. It makes perfect rice. How will the $200 one be better?
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I got a 10-cup one from Kohl's for like $5 and it Cooks rice perfectly every time I don't see the need to buy a more expensive one can anyone give me some insight?
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I got a rice cooker for free with curbside pickup. It makes perfect rice. How will the $200 one be better?

I remember seeing this on wsj

http://www.wsj.com/articles/as-ex...1470238429
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can some one please help me understand this, when it says 3 cup, is it 3 cup cooked rice or 3 cup uncooked rice + water or just 3 cup uncooked rice.

I am looking for at least 5 cup uncooked rice without including water.
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I just thought about a rice cooker yesterday and now this deal comes along great timing. We have a 2 person household would the 3 cup be enought? We are not enthusiastic rice eaters but eat it like once a week. Anyone has the 3 cup?
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can some one please help me understand this, when it says 3 cup, is it 3 cup cooked rice or 3 cup uncooked rice + water or just 3 cup uncooked rice.

I am looking for at least 5 cup uncooked rice without including water.
It can make 3 cups cooked rice. There are markings to help you gauge the amount of water to use when you use the enclosed cup to measure out uncooked rice. There's sufficient space to account for the increased volume of cooked rice.
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I just thought about a rice cooker yesterday and now this deal comes along great timing. We have a 2 person household would the 3 cup be enought? We are not enthusiastic rice eaters but eat it like once a week. Anyone has the 3 cup?
You can make porridge, oatmeal and all sorts of other dishes. As you mentioned, if your household does not eat much rice per meal and you only eat once a week, a 3 cup would be more than enough for you.
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I just thought about a rice cooker yesterday and now this deal comes along great timing. We have a 2 person household would the 3 cup be enought? We are not enthusiastic rice eaters but eat it like once a week. Anyone has the 3 cup?
I've had it for a couple years. It's probably the best kitchen appliance I own. I would highly recommend it for a small household (1 or 2 people). We use it a couple times a week. This is a great price.
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I got a rice cooker for free with curbside pickup. It makes perfect rice. How will the $200 one be better?
I bought my parents a Neuro Fuzzy 5.5 cup. In all reality is likely not worth the money for most people. Unless you really like rice and like to cook it in a variety of ways, you will not benefit from these machines.

I personal love it because of all the settings, It allows me to make perfect rice all the time because I could switch the settings to make the rice harder or softer. Also, making porridge is super easy and comes out great.

This has been used at least 5 times a week for 3 years now so it has more than paid off. Plus I am asian so this is kind of a staple in my kitchen. The look of these rice cookers also make them stand out in your kitchen.
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It can make 3 cups cooked rice. There are markings to help you gauge the amount of water to use when you use the enclosed cup to measure out uncooked rice. There's sufficient space to account for the increased volume of cooked rice.

Sorry, still not clear. for the 10 cup one this is the description on amazon website: "This 10-cup rice cooker and warmer makes 20 cups of cooked rice and includes a .... "

so 10 cup means 10 cup uncooked rice. But does this include water or not?
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