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Japanese Plastic Fruit Vegetable Rice Washing Bowl

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  • Strain water from Side
  • Dimension: 10-3/4in x 9-3/4in x 5in
  • Capacity: 2 Liter
  • Made in Japan
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Product Description

Japanese Plastic Wash Bowl is Great for wash Rice, Vegetablel and Fruit, Also used for prepare food

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004K6KIPC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,585 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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4.3 out of 5 stars

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51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By RH on October 23, 2012
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I purposely bought this bowl over the one with holes in the bottom. Because this bowl has no holes in the bottom, rice and vegetables can be swirled and stirred around to more thoroughly rinse all surfaces. After rinsing, the bowl can also be used to soak rice or beans prior to cooking.

I don't understand why some people are so upset that the holes in this bowl are only in the pour spout. Having the holes only in the spout makes the bowl more versatile and draining the water is a cinch... just tip the bowl towards it's side and let the water fall through the slots in the spout while the rice stays in the bowl. I'm Japanese, cook rice almost daily, and haven't lost a single grain rinsing this way. If you're rinsing/washing larger items, you might have to put your hand over the end of the pour spout to prevent them from falling in the sink. Still shouldn't be a challenge for anyone with two hands and opposable thumbs.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Desert Gypsy TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 6, 2012
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I've been making Japanese rice for over 20 years and I always wash it first for the best results. I hadn't thought to use a bowl specifically for this purpose but it does make it easier. The problem with this particular bowl is that it only has holes at the spout which makes it a little tricky to release the water without the grains. There is a similar bowl, Rice Washing Bowl with Side and Bottom Drainers which has holes on the bottom as well as the spout. I returned this bowl in favor of the latter.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By BC on May 21, 2013
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First be aware that depending on whom you order this product from you will receive a bowl with or without bottom drains. I actually ended up with both (first one I ordered did not have bottom drains).

The bowl with the bottom drains works well for rice. Holding the bowl under running water allows about 2 inches of water to collect in the bowl which is plenty for the amount of rice I prepare. I can swirl the rice around in the bowl and the constant flow of water quickly becomes clear indicating all of the surface starch has been removed. The bowl also has small ribs on the interior which allow you to gently rub the rice with your fingers if you like and I believe they also help when I just swirl the rice around in the bowl. The water will quickly, but not completely, drain when the tap is turned off. My only quibble is getting the now wet rice out of the bowl. Most of it can be scrapped out with my fingers, but I find there is always a small amount that I have to gather together by running some more water and then scrapping out by hand. I will admit that I don't want to leave a single grain behind.

If you want a bowl that allows you to soak your grains then the no bottom drain bowl will work. I did find it a bit tricky to drain the water from this bowl. If you tip the bowl too far the flowing water will carry the rice right over the drain slots and out of the bowl.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By P. J. Ward on April 12, 2012
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What a great, simple bowl. I cook alot of rice and beans and being able to soak and drain all in one container is great. The smaller drain holes keep the smaller rice and bean mix from doing down the drain. Looked a long time for something like this - don't know what I did without it! It's a good sturdy bowl that does what it's supposed to.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By R. Chiu on November 25, 2012
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My research on Amazon of similar product has made me aware that there are a few versions of this product; some made in Japan and some aren't. According to the reviews I've read, the ones from Japan appears to be of better quality. Although the quality of the material is high on the unit I received, but there's a little bit of imperfection, which is something I didn't expect from a Japanese product. It isn't particularly noticeable, and it certainly does not interfere with the function of the product. However, as for the design of the production, I do have a few complaint. First, the grates where water would drain through is a bit wide; it's fine for the "fatter" Japanese rice, but skinny jasmine rice would get caught in them, some even passed through. Second, the grates extend a bit too far down (in my opinion), so if you want to soak beans or wash large volume of rice, water could only be filled half way up. Finally, the "spout" would work better if it has more of a spoon shape to catch the rice when you pour the water out; as the way it is now, you have to be somewhat delicate when pouring the water out, else you end up pouring the rice out as well.

I tried to find this product at my local Asian stores but was unsuccessful, plus it would've been three times the price of Amazon if they did have it. So I'm happy with the purchase overall.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By titaterry on December 20, 2012
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I thought it silly at first to have a special bowl just to wash rice but I was intrigued enough at the idea and it's inexpensive enough to try out. We cook a lot of rice, being of Asian origin, for breakfast, lunch and dinner, even for snacks and desserts. I have been cooking for over 50 years and have never heard of a rice wash bowl!! I've watched a lot of cooking show on TV and have never seen it used. What a great idea and the design make it so that you can even soak rice or other grains and beans in it and drain it from the same bowl without losing a single grain. I've also use it to soak and clean fresh fruits and vegetable with a mild bleach solution. This is a real keeper!!
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