If I had a house, I would buy a rice cooker. Here are a couple of photos from inside the TaiwanMex. They have a rice cooker in the building I am in and almost daily cook rice.
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Rice is the staple food of the majority of the planet, I often tell people in Asia,
“I do not eat rice, it would make me small.”
Many a small person on the planet eat rice, that correlation makes me nervous…. Hehehe
Ok, Rice is boring to eat, about as bland and tasteless as you can get, however it is make the perfect medium to add many flavoring. I have been on strict diet, no hot and spicy this or that, no adding pepper, no adding anything tasty, so trust me plain rice is boring.
I do eat chicken fried rice, however I do not add anything to my foods now, so the spice is gone.
This is a rice cooker, at least they call it a rice cooker, it works sort of like a crock pot, however not the same. It has all the insulation, however must have some sensors to stop it when finished.
Ok, they put the rice in this big steal pot, then put the pot inside the crock like cooker, I believe they put water in the bottom also. The steam boils off, yet does not leave the container, so it more or less stays in like a crock pot, however slowly evaporates away until the rice is dry and not soggy.
There are many types of rice, more than I can possibly explain or have a desire a desire to explains. Rice is boring, however the ways they grow rice and cook and serve rice is interesting.
Note, I truly believe the growing of rice is unnatural, they have turned the whole world into a pond thereby increasing the water surface of the planet by maybe 10 percent. RICE Batad Rice Terraces Malaysian Border and Rice Paddies outside of Pak Bara
Rice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rice cooker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rice Lakes
System of Rice Intensification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Thailand Rice Thailand Sticky RiceRice Cooker
Andy The Scientist says
"Note, I truly believe the growing of rice is unnatural, they have turned the whole world into a pond thereby increasing the water surface of the planet by maybe 10 percent".
That would explain the global flooding and weather exstreams you friggin Republican Devil worshipper from America !!
Just kidding but is an interesting observation.
Aristotle also made the same analogy a few years back.
One of the most impressive achievements described in the Meteorology is the description of what is now known as the hydrologic cycle:
"Now the sun, moving as it does, sets up processes of change and becoming and decay, and by its agency the finest and sweetest water is every day carried up and is dissolved into vapour and rises to the upper region, where it is condensed again by the cold and so returns to the earth."
Yes, for sure rice puts the hydrolic cycle of out of balance, as well as other types of irrigation.
Hello am Larry Miller,
Am actually interested in ricecooker and i will be very happy to hear a fast reply from you if u have it in stock. Reply me with pictures of samples,sizes as well as prices of those u do have in stock and hope to hear from you soon.