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Zojirushi NHS-18 10-Cup (Uncooked) Rice Cooker/Steamer & Warmer

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  • Cooks rice and keeps it warm up to five hours
  • Use also to steam seafood and vegetables and to cook custards and eggs
  • Measuring cup and serving spatula included
  • Uses 600 watts of power
  • 9-1/4 inches high to lid knob; 13 inches in diameter, including handles
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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 12.8 x 9.4 inches ; 6.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004S577
  • Item model number: NHS-18
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,656 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

This handy rice cooker and steamer is not only the perfect way to quickly and easily cook rice, but also steam vegetables and fish, all while keeping your food warm after it's finished cooking. This attractive rice cooker holds up to ten cups and has an easy to use single switch control. Once the rice is finished cooking, the steamer automatically switches to the keep warm function. Also included is a nonstick measuring cup, rice spatula and stainless steel steaming tray that allows you to cook other foods with the rice.

9" L x 12-1/2" W x 9-1/8" H, with a 10 cup capacity

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Busy cooks cherish rice cookers. This is Zojirrushi's largest, suitable for cooking up to 10 cups of dry rice (white or brown) and keeping it warm up to five hours. A separate tray steams seafood and vegetables, cooks hard- or soft-boiled eggs, and even makes tender custards. Instructions and a cooking chart explain everything. A measuring cup and serving spatula are included. A glass lid permits monitoring of the cooking process. The cooker/steamer operates with admirable simplicity: just push a switch to start. The switch and a light turn off when cooking is completed, and the unit automatically goes into its keep-warm mode. Stay-cool handles on the cooker/steamer's sides permit it to be moved. Only plastic scrubbers and mild detergent should be used for cleaning. --Fred Brack

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Customer Reviews

Very easy to clean.
Jim Wagner
There are a few problems though, the boiling water bubbles up and "spits" out the vent in the top making your counter a little messy.
B. Martin
It cooks my rice perfectly, every time.
llovely

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

210 of 215 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 23, 2001
This is an excellent rice cooker but I would like to point out something very important. The directions say specifically that you must wash the rice in a strainer until the water that runs through them comes out clear. This is very important. If you are having problems with the rice bubbling up over the top of the rice cooker and getting on the counter, you probably aren't washing the rice or aren't washing it well enough. Also if you are having problems with a crust on the bottom of the rice, you probably aren't washing the rice or aren't washing it well enough. Start washing your rice and you probably won't see those two problems again. Also the rice comes out much fluffier and less gummy if you wash it.
The reason for this is that, when you get uncooked rice, there is a large amount of excess starch that is stuck to the outside of the rice that gets stuck there when the rice is processes.
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96 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Kento on February 5, 2008
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i just wanted to add my two cents to help offset some of the negative reviews. i bought this particular cooker due to the positive reviews both here and on some other websites. i wanted a cooker due to being tired of cooking potatoes with most meals and getting tired of them. i received the unit very quickly and immediately tried it out. i wanted to try brown rice first, so i washed it briefly and put it in the machine to cook. shortly, a mass of bubbles filled below the lid and started 'sputtering' through the steam hole. not happy about the mess it was making, i endured it and ended up eating some fairly good rice with my first meal. i thought "yeah, they were right, it's messy, what a bummer". so, round two and three, i cooked some more, this time trying varieties of white rice and both resulting in a repeat of the first messy attempt, along with some 'browning' of the rices on the bottom of the pan. again i thought "this is no fun, friends or guests are going to think this is a piece of junk". by this time, i had been reading quite a bit on the 'net about rice, and concluded that a more thorough rinsing of the grains were in order, so my fourth round started off with such, along with an accurate measurement of rice and water, and....a pat of butter thrown in......i thought maybe it might help it from sticking or browning in the bottom. the result......perfect rice! i'm now making that my preparation regimen and i'm getting better results each time. i'm convinced that the errors others are reporting are not the machine's fault and i'm also convinced that, like most other machines, the user needs to figure out how to use it. in a short time a person should be able to make perfect rice repeatedly.Read more ›
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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By L. Land on January 31, 2003
I love my rice cooker and use it several times a week! But you need to wash your rice thoroughly before cooking. This will help with the "spitting water" problem the cooker has.
I enjoy using the steamer for kale, broccoli, cauliflower, or carrots. The only trick is learning when to put the veggies in while the rice is cooking so that the veggies don't overcook.
My brown rice tends to clump and stick on the bottom, even when the rice is washed. That's one problem that keeps me from rating this as a 5 star machine. The other problem is that the instruction booklet is poorly done. Brown rice needs to soak for 30 minutes before starting to cook.
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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By L. E. Taylor on May 27, 2003
I've been using this model for just over two years now with no problems at all. We routinely cook brown rice and have had none of the problems that others have called out. The one thing you must remember though is that you MUST rinse the rice (white or brown) before cooking it. We put it in a screened collander and run cold water through it for about one minute. Shake the excess water and you're ready to go. The reason for the rinse is to keep the rice from foaming while it cooks. Evidently, the rice packers dust the rice with a talcum-like substance to keep it dry. This will cause the water to foam when it boils if you don't rinse it off before you cook the rice.
Cleanup couldn't be easier. Just rinse and wipe with a soft towel. Don't use metal scrubbers becuase the pan has a non-stick coating that you don't want to scratch. After two years of moderate use, our cooker still looks new and works perfectly.
This is a premium brand, and the product has lived up to my expectations. Five stars for this one.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Tutu on February 24, 2009
I spent quite some time doing research on rice cookers. I ended up selecting this one based on it was a cooker/steamer. On the first try the rice was PERFECT! Rinse rice as specified. Go light on the water for sticky rice and add a little more water for fluffier rice. The next morning I used the left over rice in the steamer capacity to make the rice pudding recipe included with the cooker. There was no left over rice pudding. The already cooked rice with the milk/eggs/vanilla had a beautiful custard like quality. I did not have a problem with the brown rice water/rice ratio. The warmer function served me well as the rice was kept warm until everyone was ready to dine! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS rice cooker/steamer for the cook that demands the best versatility from their appliances.
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