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on September 5, 2016
I've never had a rice cooker before, but I would definitely buy a different brand next time. It definitely does cook rice, but you have to be Johnny-on-the-spot, and as soon as it flips from "cooking" to "warm", you should unplug it right away. I am probably going to cross out "warm" and write in "burns the hell out of" in its place.
I also tossed out the stirring paddle. It is made of a very hard substance, possibly a melamine mix, that will almost certainly damage the non-stick surface very quickly. I also tossed out the measuring cup. I used it once, and filled the cooker to the proper line, but what nonsense. Rice is not that complicated: 2, maybe 2.5 parts water, to 1 part rice. Just don't cook more than 2 full cups of uncooked rice at a time. That adds up to 3 uncooked "cups" by the measuring cup they provide, and that is the maximum that the rice cooker can cook.