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27 Apr

 

Best Fuzzy Logic Rice Cooker Reviews      

When you are buying a rice cooker, you have to be careful about many things, such as price, task convenience, features, etc. but in this review, I will help you to select your own rice cooker after knowing its features and budget.

ZOJIRUSHI NS-ZCC10

It is a bestselling rice cooker, manufactured by a Japanese company. This incredible cooker has Neuro Fuzzy technology and produces better quality of rice than any other standard cooker on the market. The ZOJIRUSHI NS-ZCC10 has automatic features and has a separate reheat cycle. Also, its multi-menu selections will let you do you task conveniently. Another amazing feature is LCD timer and clock. This cooker comes with a one year warranty and is very easy to clean because the inner pan is removable.

Aroma 8-Cup Digital Rice Cooker and Food Steamer

If your budget is tight and you want a perfect rice cooker, then this is it for you. This digital rice cooker is inexpensive and it has amazing features like clear audio alert, digital timer, delayed-start function. The digital timer will alert you when the rice is ready. It takes up a small amount of space but it can make up to eight cups of rice. The cooker is easy to clean; you can just remove the inner lid and clean the cooker.

Panasonic SR-DE103 Fuzzy Logic 8 Pre-Program Rice Cooker

This product by Panasonic is worth the money. The cooker has many features and settings into one machine that makes delicious rice. Zojirushi ZCC-10 makes the best rice and Panasonic SR-DE103 gives the brand equal competition and comes cheaper than the former cooker. This amazing cooker can be used to not only make rice but also porridge, stew and even a cake.

Oster 6-Cup Rice Cooker

This cooker is for someone who wants no hassle in cooking. The one-button machine cooks quite impressive sushi rice but the brown rice was a little dry. The rice cooker is cheap and lacks timer but does make an audible click when it switches to keep-warm mode.

 

 

 

 

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