Have you ever dreamed of cooking 10 cups of uncooked rice at a time? Well, hold onto your pants and forks my friends, because your dreams may have just become a reality. Rice cookers aren’t usually looked at as being a staple to any kitchen around the US, but they can be, if you let them of course. I love my rice cooker, and whenever I need to prepare some rice for a meal, I don’t have to reach for my pots and pans. Rice cookers that add as many features as possible are ideal, and if you want your rice to taste that much better, it’ll cost you.
The Price is Right
This is a pricey rice cooker, as it costs $162.44 USD. That’s a sale price, by the way, so who knows how much you’re going to pay for it at your local Wal-Mart. If you can afford to buy this rice cooker, I would highly suggest doing doing. Quality over quantity, I always say!
There’s a micro computerized fuzzy logic technology (whatever that is, I’m honestly not sure what that means, I’m assuming it was lost in translation) with a keep warm function that automatically turns on. There’s even a reheating cycle for those times where you’ve gotten to your rice, but didn’t manage to finish it. It can be cleaned with ease and the stainless steel exterior makes sure that is possible, there’s also delay time settings and interchangeable melodies for your timer. There’s even a retractable power cord! Retractable powder cords are pretty new in any case
Features: Worth the Price?
I would say so, you want features that are going to keep your rice at its prime. When your rice is sitting around cold and can’t be reheated with ease, the rice cooker doing the cooking better not have cost you more than $20 or so.
This aroma rice cooker review is meant to focus on whether you should buy it or not, the stainless steel exterior looks cool and makes you want to purchase it as soon as possible. The timer settings with all of the different sounds and such is rather cool, and i appreciate the fact that they made the power cord retractable.
This is a rice cooker that is kind of bulky, and if you’re on the go a lot (and plan on taking your rice cooker with you, which plenty of people do), it’ll be a lot harder to keep your rice cooker on deck. Is it practical to carry your rice cooker everywhere you go? No, but moving or bringing it to a friends definitely is.
I like the rice cooker despite the fact that there’s a bit of bulkiness to it, the quality of process that it goes through is well worth the amount of money you’ll be paying.