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Oyama CFS-F12W 7 Cup Rice Cooker, Stainless White
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10 x 10 x 10 inches|
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- All Stainless Steel cooking surfaces
- Stainless Steel Steamer Tray
- 3 Dimensional Heating (base, side and lid)
- Keep warm function
- Cooking bowl has a triple layered base for uniform heating without burning
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Oyama All Stainless Steel Rice Cooker.
Available in 5-cup, 7-cup, 10-cup - Black or White
- Owner's manua.
- Rice Scooper - Ladle.
- Stainless Steel bowl.
- Stainless Steel Steaming tray.
- Rice measuring cup 180ml cup = 3/4 US cup.
- Stainless Steel inner-lid.
- Moisture collector.
- Built-in Rice scoop holder.
- Removable-washable steam vent.
The Oyama Healthy-Cooker - All-Stainless Steel cooking
Say 'Goodbye' to your Non-Stick coated rice cookers forever
Traditional designed rice cooking and steaming without non-stick chemicals leeching into your foods.
- Uses 304 Grade Stainless Steel (surgical grade).
- Stainless Steel Cooking bowl.
- Stainless Steel Steaming tray.
- Stainless Steel Inner lid.
- Silicone center grommet secures the inner lid. Silicone does not leech chemicals into food and is non-reactive and high temperature resistant.
- 1-year warranty.
Features 3-Dimensional heating
- Size: 10"L x 10" W x 10" D
- 120 Volts
- 500 Watts
- Weight: 5 lbs
- Attached power cord
- Integrated carrying handle
7 cups dry rice equals 14 cups cooked rice.
Heating from the Lid, Sides and bottom cooking plate enable more uniform cooking and warming of rice
Extended keep warm time with 3-Dimension heating
Most rice cookers only recommend 18 hours to keep warm. The Oyama SS rice cooker extends the keep-warm cycle up to 24 hrs.
Triple layered bottom plating
Stainless Steel is not the best uniform conductor of heat, so an added inner layer of Aluminum is placed in between two layers of Stainless Steel to provide a more uniform heat dispersion without burning of the rice. The Aluminum is encapsulated by Stainless Steel, so there is no possibility, ever, of leakage into what you are cooking.
Oyama All Stainless Steel Rice Cooker Family
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Oyama 7-cup Rice Cooker. Available in Black or White
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|Color||Stainless White||ARC-753SG||Stainless White||White||White||Stainless Steel (37518)|
|Item Dimensions||10.00 x 10.00 x 10.00 inches||8.20 x 8.10 x 10.30 inches||12.00 x 10.00 x 11.00 inches||11.00 x 11.00 x 11.50 inches||8.50 x 10.50 x 8.50 inches||8.25 x 9.74 x 9.88 inches|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Steel||Stainless Steel||STAINLESS STEEL, GLASS, STEEL||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Size||7 Cup Rice Cooker||6-Cup(cooked) / 1.2Qt.||10 Cup Rice Cooker||8-cup uncooked rice||6 Cup||With Steam & Rinse Basket|
Oyama 7-cup White and Stainless Steel body with Stainless Steel Cooking bowl and Stainless Steel Steamer Tray. No non-stick coatings are used. The stainless steel cooking bowl has a Triple-layered bottom for uniform heating without burning of the rice. This cooker is tailored for people looking to cook meals without chemicals from non-stick material possibly leaching into their foods. This cooker also uses 3-dimensional heating (base, side and lid) for keeping rice warm for extended periods after cooking. This enables this rice cooker to keep warming past the normal 12 hour limit up to 24 hours. The stainless steel steamer tray can be used steam vegetables, meats and poultry or any other foods that can be steamed cooked.
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You do need to know I am returning the one I just received yesterday.
I liked the quality of the internal Stainless Steel parts. Polished and designed to be cleaned easily.
The cord does not retract but that wasn't an issue. The vent came off for easy cleaning.
Under the inner stainless lid is Aluminum but it never saw moisture! So that doesn't matter. The removable stainless lid did its job.
Very nice stainless steamer basket. All part fit well and the lid closed nicely.
Has a stay warm function for 24 hours. Wish it was continuous but safety rules these days!
This rice cooker cooks extremely fast. That is possibly a bad thing. I think it gets too hot too fast and shuts off before the water content is correct in the rice.
I only cook Jasmine rice. A very good quality and it cooks fine in my old cooker.
The Quality of rice after cooking was mushy. I am very careful at measurement and I am sure I did everything correct. I have used rice cookers my whole life. Not only was it mushy. I made sure to let it rest for ten minutes on warm before eating it. This did not help it at all! So I let it sit over night. for 12 hours. This was very bad! The rice initially was just mushy but not nasty on the bottom after cooking. It got nasty at the bottom and the sides were hard and yellow after 12 hours. I believe the warm function is too warm. It destroys the rice. This rice was nasty. The flavor was gone after it cooked and it was destroyed totally after 12 hours.
I always test a rice cooker with 3 cups of rice. Thats for a 5-7 cup (dry) unit. It gives the best test. Plus after a few test. I am not tossing away allot of rice if it fails.
I wanted this rice cooker to work out. I liked the simple on off function and the quality of the stainless steel.
I only had it a day but the testing of it lets me believe that the plastic lid seemed too flexible to last very long.
I hope they improve this item. I would love to own one that made great rice.
The whole down fall is the Auto temp sensors. If someone else says the rice is great. Maybe the quality control and testing of those sensors needs to be addressed. I didn't wish to exchange and get another with the same issues. So I just returned it. I feel it's a design flaw.
Take note: I am a rice snob. I like it perfect ! I mean Japanese rice cooker quality perfect. I have owned a Japanese rice cooker for over 10 years. They stopped making it and supplying the parts. No after market parts fit at all. I do not yet feel like dropping $450 on the new one that company makes. I am sure it is a great rice cooker. Probably the quality of rice I want. I am use to a constant warm function. I use to keep rice for three days and it was as good as the day I made it!!! The newer Japanese rice cookers are limited on warm time. Too many people got sick not cleaning their pots and eating old rice that had grown bacteria. I wish someone would design a three day timer on them. I would so drop $450 for a Japanese on that did. So whats wrong with what I own. The pot coating is starting to come off. Someone reached inside with a fork! That was the beginning of the end for that coating that lasted over 10 years! Real shame because that cooker still makes great rice! PERFECT! I just do not wish to eat Aluminum.
1+1/2 cup water per cup brown rice, 1+1/4 cup water for 1 cup white rice. I use 1 tsp. Coconut oil per cup rice while cooking, for perfect rice. Unfortunately this unit did not work well for cooking steel cut oats, which boiled over, coming out the steam vent making a sticky mess, but the porridge was cooked just fine. I am very pleased with this nice-looking and efficient cooker! Seems very well made + nicely designed.
The rice still forms a layer at the bottom, very typically for cookers but the layer is small.
I recommend running the first batch outside and toss out, just to "break" in the cooker and burn off the manufacturing oils. Once that's done your good to go. I would not hesitate to buy this unit again.
I make rice 5 days a week and unhappy using the "inevitable" non-stick pots in nearly all rice cookers---even in the "look-at-the-fancy-features-on-video" expensive ones. I almost bought a stainless steel Canadian brand (but ran across unfavorable reviews). I was about to give up.
I then found (after a long search) this rice cooker. It doesn't rely on non-stick or aluminum interiors, nor on gimmicks like timers and lots of settings. It does, however, cook consistently great rice (I haven't yet tried brown rice, and would probably have to adjust water and time). I've been using this machine for a month (about 20 batches of rice).
I have also used the stainless steamer for vegetables. It's great, but some kinds of vegies may get too soft (depending on your taste). I am going to experiment which lifting the steamer out earlier.
The little layer of rice that sometimes sticks to the bottom is not a problem to clean up. I just soak it in water for a few minutes and it slips out like even the best non-stick surface. By the way, the many non-stick cookers I have tried eventually become "sticky" too, and what's worse, they end up with little scratches and nicks (even with careful use), which makes an even more unhealthy surface. What makes it worse is that even expensive ($100+) cookers don't sell replacement interior pots!
I should mention it has a replaceable removable inner lid which I wash in the dishwasher. I could use the dishwasher for the inner pot, but it cleans so easily by hand!
Another great thing about this product: I called the seller (it was complicated finding the number, but it IS listed on one of Amazon's webpages) to ask a question and was answered immediately by someone who kindly guided me to the right-sized pot. I chose the medium sized 7-cup version that is ample for rice-loving family of six. I usually make half a pot, but prefer this to the small 5-cup (nice option for a 2-3 people?). There's also a ten-cup version.
To save you the search, here's the phone for ShopD if you have a question: 1-800-346-6360. I'm so glad they are working with Amazon to make this easily available!
Good luck. Good cooking. Good health.
Top reviews from other countries
Easy to use. Did not try to the steaming.
About cleaning I put a bit of oil on the bottom before cooking the rice and it is easy to clean after.
The rice is nicely cooked for me but I am european and do not have too much experience with rice and oriental person would know better.
In general it is a good value for a stainless interior since there are not many options.
- Everything really is in stainless steel, so you're guaranteed that there isn't a hidden component with harmful chemicals
- Gets white rice done pretty quickly (20 minutes or so) and automatically switches to the warm setting afterwards
- The size is more than enough to cook quite a bit of rice
- Very easy to clean, you can remove some parts to wash them thoroughly
- I quite like its appearance, the handle on top is more practical than I thought it would be and the front pannel has nice details on it
- I haven't figured out how to steam veggies WHILE I cook rice. I could do it with my old rice cooker, but this one seems to require you to do either one or the other, not both.
- It IS stainless steel, so rice can end up sticking at the bottom, especially if you leave the machine on "warm" for a while. Still, soaking it with water for a few minutes should be more than enough to take care of any residues.
- It doesn't have multiple settings like other rice cookers I've seen, so if you want to make porridge or brown rice, you kind of need to either read the instructions or calculate the amount of food/water/whatever that you'll need to put in.
- Finally, and this is probably my biggest gripe with it, there's no on/off button. As soon as you plug your rice cooker, it turns on (default setting is "warm"), and it's impossible to turn it off unless you unplug it. Luckily, I don't intend to leave my rice cooker on for several hours, so it's fine, but others may find this extremely annoying, which is understandable.