Like the zombie apocalypse of rice where infected grains lurch ...
Joe Burks "jsburks", Amazon
19 October 2014
Summary: This thing just isn't natural. Every grain of rice in the batch just magically has the exact same texture. It's as though they've all been infected with the same perfect-texture-delicious-rice pathogen and then incubated, using advanced fuzzy logic, just long enough for a full blown infection to...
Summary: This is a great rice cooker. I really like the induction heating too. The heating plate/element on the Non-inductions version of these, often get discolored or have oxidation build up over time.
Summary: I went back and forth for about a month due to our family has never paid more than $30.00 for a rice cooker. I always thought: why would you? Well I lived in Japan for 7 years and love rice but still used the cheapo rice cookers. My wife is from the Philippines so we eat rice 8 days a week.
Summary: I owned a Zojirushi for years. This is an upgrade to the cooker that I loved and used but gave away. I love all the features I was accustom to on my previous machine, and the special GABA brown rice feature of this cooker is an added benefit.
Summary: Worth taking the time to review..MADE IN JAPAN, for those wondering. I've used it five times now and it performs magnificently. We make only brown rice had a 25+ year old Zojirushi purchased by my hubby when he was stationed in Japan, before we were married.
Summary: For $250 I spent (compared to other brands for ~$50-100 for same features), this one is completely not worth it, and I would never buy another Zojirushi (rice cooker and water boiler). It's inner seems made of steel and non-stick painting - good.
Summary: I bought this on March 2012, It was Great, I can keep warm and nice Steam rice for more than 24 hrs. But Since April 2013, This Rice cooker Failed. I still can cook rice perfectly, but to keep it warm... in 6 hrs my rice smell bad.