Zojirushi rice cooker reviews- a must read

Before making a purchasing decision regarding a new rice cooker, you should read a wide range of rice cooker reviews. This will help you decide which brand and size are best suited to your needs.

Do you love rice? If you do, you must be aware of the best rice cooker there is the Zojirushi rice cooker. You can make sushi rice, brown rice, oatmeal, vegetables and a lot of other foods with just one appliance. This is all enabled by a few features.


The first special characteristic of Zojirushi goods is the induction heating system. This works by distributing heat equally within the pot. In the end, your rice will be cooked evenly, but not overcooked, which is the reason why having a rice cooker will help you be more effective when cooking. You will not need to pay attention to the rice, all you need to do is to wash the rice, put the correct proportion of water and press start. As simple as that!


The inner bowl shape has also been designed to help to prepare evenly cooked rice. The inner pot and the inner lid have a nonstick coating, plus they are removable, which ensures you will not have a hard time cleaning your cooker you are done with it for the day. The exterior is also practical and stylish, with its stainless steel finishing. It is also easy to wipe clean, which means this machine can stay on your kitchen countertop without fearing for food or liquid spills.


The LCD centers all functions. It is where you find the correct program for cooking white rice, brown rice, sushi rice and so on. For those of you who are anxious, the machine will have a 15-minute countdown and a beep when the rice is done. And for those who are not in a hurry, the cooker automatically switches from cooking mode to warming mode, so your rice stays warm instead of burnt. You can also program your oatmeal the night before to, say, 8:15 am on the next day, or your rice in the morning to, say, 7:30 p.m.


The typical modern electric cooker consists of an insulated outer container fitted with a heating element which houses a removable inner bowl. The bowl is often coated with a non-stick surface and is usually stamped with measuring marks. Some of the high-end cookers use pressure and induction heating to produce perfectly cook rice. Cooking time depends on the heating element and the amount of rice being cooked. The high-end units tend to have better functions. However, many of the mid-priced units also do a good job.