Zojirushi NS-ZCC18 review : Rice dries to a brown crisp overnight currently, original purchase on June 2010. Starts happening after concerning vi months.
The very 1st batch we created was fabulous. and each once during a whereas the cooker makes nice pearly rice, but the cooker is inconsistent; and its perfomance drops gradually over time.
Cooker was used daily, typically five cups white rice. I’ve used the regular, softer, and quick cooking settings. we clean the pot and inner lid before cooking, per the instructions.
I’ve tried the brown rice feature some times but the cooker cooks it for so long the flavour is obliterated. it had been soft as we all read about but I like pressure-cooking (using an everyday pressure cooker) brown rice as it retains flavor.
LAST, huge downside if the cooker is interrupted (eg, reset is pressed or cooker is unplugged) within the middle of cooking. the entire batch is wasted because the cooker does not know how to continue where it left off – it solely knows how to start it – unlike ancient cookers.
You’ll find this out the “hard” approach when you cook rice using the “softer” setting – that takes longer, therefore when guests suddenly arrive you’re tempted to stop the cooker and restart it on “quick.”
Expensive waste of money; we should’ve gotten an easier, less expensive Tiger ancient cooker (but we invariably get the created in Japan rice cookers).