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42 thoughts on “Old-fashioned rice cookers are extremely clever technology connections dishwasher”

  1. I bought one thats almost exactly like ur cheap one. Ive never owned one before as I dont like buying single purpose items, but I love the thing and how I can put rice on, go walk my dog, and rice is cooked and kept warm when I get home

  2. I just want to say that I have what appears to be the same "nicer" rice cooker shown at 3:55, and I have NEVER experienced that kind of mess to clean up on the lid. I mean, there is hardly ever any residue on the top at all, and it requires at most a quick wipe with a damp paper towel every few uses. Maybe I'm cooking a different type of rice or something, but personally, the "nice" rice cooker has worked perfectly (for cooking rice, less impressed with the vegetable steaming functionality).

  3. Really liked this video, as I recently bought one of these specific models for the specific reasons you stated. Didn't appear to have any logic circuits so I always wondered how it worked.

  4. I have often wondered how rice cookers worked when using mine. Thanks for solving a mystery that I was too lazy to look up! lol. Totally not anything how I thought it may work, I love it!

  5. By the way, if it won't stay on "Cook" with a full load of rice/water, take the bottom off and file a new surface on the contact switch. They are too precious to throw out!

  6. Maybe I missed something, but just because all the water is gone, how does this assure that the rice is actually cooked well?
    Now, meanwhile I wait for answer,let's see those toasters 😀

  7. The Aroma rice cooker actually has a 2nd function. It is called warm. It holds the temperature at 160 degrees Fahrenheit whenever it isn't set to cook. If you want to make black garlic, this works perfectly, it will happily hold the temperature for the entire month the process takes.

  8. I feel like an outsider for always making my rice in a pot and that I don't have a rice cooker.

    Huh… they cost around 25 to 30 bucks here….. Maybe I will actually get one then. It just feels weird to buy a whole thing for rice, even though I make rice like…. twice a month maybe.

  9. I'm an Electrical Engineer but steam table talk gets me all jazzed up. I never really understood what entropy was until I was trained on thermodynamics and steam tables.

    Best advice I can give any prospective or current EE students out there is to take thermodynamics in undergrad. No matter your job or career afterwards it will serve you well. I had to get my thermo education later in life and I immediately wished I had taken it as an elective as I realized how versatile and valuable it was.

    It is without a doubt one of the top 3 (maybe only 3 in some cases) classes you will actually regularly use in the real world, outside of academia, in virtually every field. I'm talking on a weekly or even daily basis.

    Ok I'm off my soap box now. Great vid!

  10. I and some stupid friends back in the days tried to use these rice cookers as electric pan. I mean, they provide heat don't they? We poured in vegetable oil and then meat to fry it. Sure enough it failed. Oil has has highe boiling temp than water and the metal in the cooker so it continued to heat until reacing 100c only. I was confused for years for how did it know to stop heating. I just googled it no more than 5 years ago but this is a great video to watch nonetheless.

  11. NOPE… not going to tell you that your preferences are wrong. I have the same basic rice cooker and I use it all the time… to make rice and lots of other things. Basic rice cookers are less expensive, can cook the same items that a larger fancier cooker cooks, and it's WAY easier to clean! You da man!!

  12. Okay this may sound dumb, but can you use broth instead of water in one of these coolers or would that change the boiling point and therefore the resulting rice?

  13. You’re completely right. Fancy rice cookers are a PITA.

    Except that lately, the quality of the simple models has deteriorated so much they fail after a year or so.

    I’ve gone back to saucepans. Not that hard.

  14. As someone with a robotech style rice cooker I think that the issue you are having with the lid being nasty all the time has more to do with what you cook in it. If the rice is washed well enough, and you refrain from throwing in sauces and some seasonings before cooking it is nothing to keep clean from my experience. It is possible that the lid system for my cooker is simply better designed than yours, but who knows?

    Overall though I'd say that if you want to marinate and sauce up most anything you will put in the cooker you'd be better off with one that has less involved cleaning steps.

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