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Panasonic SR-G18FG Automatic 10 Cup (Uncooked) Rice Cooker

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  • Make up to 10 Cups of uncooked rice with One-step Automatic cooking and shutoff, Just press the button and ready to go, 4 Hour Keep Warm feature once the rice cooking process is completed
  • See-thru glass lid for easy viewing, Non-stick coated Aluminum Pan, 650 Watts of Power Consumption and 45 Watts for Keep Warm
  • This model is not recommended for Brown Rice and it is recommended to clean rice before cooking in a separate pan and not in included pan
  • Accessories include: Measuring Cup, Steaming Basket and Rice Scoop, Multi-Lingual (English, French, Spanish, Korean, Chinese) Operating Instruction Manual
  • Measures: 12 13/16" (W) x 10 1/2" (D) x 10 1/16" (H), 4.4 lbs, Silver
  • 20-Cup Automatic Rice Cooker
  • 20-Cups Uncooked Rice. One-Step Automatic Cooking.
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Height 10 inches 10.83 inches 8.7 inches 8.82 inches
Length 11 inches 10.83 inches 8.5 inches 9.92 inches
Width 13 inches 11.22 inches 9.3 inches 9.84 inches
Material Plastic Information not provided Stainless Steel Aluminum
Color Silver Black Silver White
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 13 x 10 inches ; 6.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0009E3F5E
  • Item model number: SR-G18FG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Panasonic SR-G18FG Rice Cooker/Steamer 10 Cup (6-20 Cups Cooked) , Non-Stick Coated Pan, Keep Warm Feature(Keeps Warm up to 4 Hours), Glass Lid, Automatic Cooking Feature, Silver


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Customer Reviews

The non-stick surface is also good.
KK
It worked great for nearly 10 years and finally the non-sticky layer was worn out, so I bought this SR-G18FG 10 Cup Rice Cooker/Steamer.
Dansel Adams
It makes the rice near the bottom a bit harder to chew (they become crusty).
KK

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By E.W. on January 10, 2007
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I am very pleased with this purchase. First of all, the non stick surface is safe, healthy, and works excellently! When I cooked my first batch of rice with this cooker I was surprised that the manual calls for a 1 to 1 ratio of water to rice. With my previous experience I thought that this was absurd and that the rice would not be cooked thouroughly. I followed the instructions and the rice was cooked to perfection! I have not used the cooker for anything else besides rice, but so far I am very pleased! It is not only much safer to the health (i.e. no aluminum in contact with the food) but the clean up is much much easier!!!
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Srikanth Madduri on September 30, 2012
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I am Indian and I cook not only rice, but also dal (lentils) along with some spices etc. in this rice cooker. I have used many rice cookers before and I will say this has done a pretty good job at cooking anything I threw at it. I cooked white rice (Indian Sona Masoori), Basmati rice, Brown rice, Brown Basmati rice, Jasmine rice, Cal rose rice, wild rice, masoor dal (Red lentils), toor dal (Yellow lentils), chana dal (Split chick pea lentils), etc. This has done a great job at perfectly cooking everything. You have to alter the water quantity depending on what you cook. The regular 1:2 rice to water ratio doesn't apply for everything. I know it because I grew up cooking different kinds of rice and lentils. But anyone can understand the correct ratio with a little trial and error. 1:2 ratio is a good place to start.

Having said that, I will give this only 3 stars because of the following reasons:

1. The non-stick coating inside the steamer bowl is not of the highest quality. I used an Aster before this one and it lasted me at least 3 years before the non-stick coating started chip off. This one started to chip off in just 18 months and I use only the plastic spatula provided with this cooker. Now I am looking for a replacement steamer and it is very difficult to find.

2. It is advertised as 10 cup (Uncooked) but in my experience it starts to spill over all the water when it's cooking anything above 5 cups (uncooked)

Cleaning is easy and zero maintenance. I don't use a dish washer so I cannot speak of whether it is dish washer safe or not. Also, it is rather slow to cook compared to others I have used in the past.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Dansel Adams on February 4, 2007
I had used a Panasonic rice cooker that is similar to this one. It worked great for nearly 10 years and finally the non-sticky layer was worn out, so I bought this SR-G18FG 10 Cup Rice Cooker/Steamer. It works great so far just as I'd expect. I would definitely recommend this one to others.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ramesh Kothandan on May 9, 2008
was expecting panasonic to be a leading brand in rice cookers
but kinda dissappointed with this product. the glass cover stays
on top with gap inbetween so when water boils it get spilt all
around also rice get burned when steaming veggies.

convincing factor: cooks rice really quick
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By RCJ on January 3, 2007
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good cooker, very functional, works well, been using it for a year and never had a problem.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By tokyo_otoko on November 3, 2010
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I bought this Rice cooker for my parents. They don't really eat rice that much, but my wife is from Thailand and she cooks when we visit my family. I've used a lot of other Panasonic products before and was pretty satisfied, so I decided to by this one. The price was very attractive, too.

It makes a lot of rice, and the resulting quality is fairly good (I think it really depends on what kind of rice you use to begin with).

It's got only one button and it's pretty simple to use. That's another thing I was looking for. In fact, my mom told me that she occasionally uses it by herself now to make rice or even steam vegetables. It must be a good product since she's gone from never using a rice cooker to using this one occasionally.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By tamago on August 22, 2007
Every time I've tried to cook rice in this thing, it boils over several times, makes a huge mess on the counter, and makes poor rice. I've only tried this with standard white rice, but it's always a little crunchy, and the boiling over is ridiculous. I tried every troubleshooting suggestion in the instruction manual, but nothing worked. Now I'm saving up for a Zojirushi.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. Ragavan on September 19, 2008
Rice would not stick to the bottom! - which is AWESOME!!. Other cookers - ud have to soak it and wait for the rice to come out -. I have cooked rice for 10 people comfortably in this cooker - very efficient.
The only problem i had was sometimes rice gets sticky - especially if you use the thai scented rice - i tend to leave the rice in for about 20 minutes after it turns to the keep warm mode- overall no complaints!
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