Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker 147° – 1.8 Litre Rice Cooker £11.45 @ Dunelm

Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker 147° – 1.8 Litre Rice Cooker £11.45 @ Dunelm

Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker

Read the reviews. It’s cheap for a reason!

COUPONKEV18/05/2020 11:03

Read the reviews. It’s cheap for a reason!

I have one, I bought it full price and its never burnt rice.

Good price, although i use a Systema microwave rice cooker now.

Yep a pan works for me too. No space in the cupboard anyway it’s full of other kitchen gadgets that don’t get used like a chocolate fountain and ice cream machine LOL

Edited by: “Madchester” 18th May

Honestly speaking there’s no real need for such a gadget if it’s just rice you’re cooking. Even videos on YouTube will confirm that all you need is a decent pot and some common sense.

AppStar18/05/2020 11:52

Honestly speaking there’s no real need for such a gadget if it’s just rice …Honestly speaking there’s no real need for such a gadget if it’s just rice you’re cooking. Even videos on YouTube will confirm that all you need is a decent pot and some common sense.

If it’s on You Tube then it must be true

It’s called a rice cooker but it’s actually more versatile than that. Can be used to steam things, for example.

HorseBoxGuy18/05/2020 11:19

What’s wrong with a pan?

A pan can’t switch itself off. Unless you have one of them fancy Alexa-enabled smart pans.

clostridium_botulinum18/05/2020 13:09

A pan can’t switch itself off. Unless you have one of them fancy …A pan can’t switch itself off. Unless you have one of them fancy Alexa-enabled smart pans.

No, I haven’t. But I’ve got two eyes in my head and some common sense, so I can turn a pan off when the food is cooked.

I don’t know how some people make it through each day sometimes…. rice is almost the easiest thing to cook.

HorseBoxGuy18/05/2020 13:53

No, I haven’t. But I’ve got two eyes in my head and some common sense, so I …No, I haven’t. But I’ve got two eyes in my head and some common sense, so I can turn a pan off when the food is cooked. I don’t know how some people make it through each day sometimes…. rice is almost the easiest thing to cook.

I suppose you make fires with flint too.

HorseBoxGuy18/05/2020 13:53

No, I haven’t. But I’ve got two eyes in my head and some common sense, so I …No, I haven’t. But I’ve got two eyes in my head and some common sense, so I can turn a pan off when the food is cooked. I don’t know how some people make it through each day sometimes…. rice is almost the easiest thing to cook.

People do things in different ways so if this device makes someone more likely to cook surely that’s a good thing rather than them being a hopeless human being.

COUPONKEV18/05/2020 11:03

Read the reviews. It’s cheap for a reason!

Where about are reviews, I can’t find any on their website. Is it pot to share the link?
Thank you

dashingsameer18/05/2020 14:12

Where about are reviews, I can’t find any on their website. Is it pot to …Where about are reviews, I can’t find any on their website. Is it pot to share the link?Thank you

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Edited by: “COUPONKEV” 18th May

COUPONKEV18/05/2020 14:14

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Thank you

Appreciate your reply

plainjayne8118/05/2020 14:07

I suppose you make fires with flint too.

No, because there is a better solution to make fires. A lighter (or matches) is much quicker, easier, and uses less energy.

This product is trying to solve a problem that doesn’t exist. A pan works, and it’s incredibly simple.

Edited by: “HorseBoxGuy” 18th May

HorseBoxGuy18/05/2020 13:53

No, I haven’t. But I’ve got two eyes in my head and some common sense, so I …No, I haven’t. But I’ve got two eyes in my head and some common sense, so I can turn a pan off when the food is cooked. I don’t know how some people make it through each day sometimes…. rice is almost the easiest thing to cook.

Good for you. Obviously you have no use for such a product. But millions of others find them very useful; automated rice cookers have been around since the 1950s, if they weren’t useful there would be no demand for them and would have gone extinct yonks ago.

clostridium_botulinum18/05/2020 15:47

Good for you. Obviously you have no use for such a product. But millions …Good for you. Obviously you have no use for such a product. But millions of others find them very useful; automated rice cookers have been around since the 1950s, if they weren’t useful there would be no demand for them and would have gone extinct yonks ago.

“Millions”? Haha

HorseBoxGuy18/05/2020 18:22

“Millions”? Haha

Population of Japan (spiritual home of the rice cooker): 126 million. Assuming for the sake of argument each Japanese household consists of 4 people, that’s 31.5 million households. If only 50% of those have a rice cooker, that’s nearly 16 million rice cookers.

Or how about the country across the sea from Japan – China, another big consumer of rice and where much of the world’s supply of rice cookers is now manufactured. 1.4 billion people. That’s quite a lot of households. A Chinese household without a rice cooker is as common as rocking horse excrement.

So yes, “millions”. Haha.

clostridium_botulinum18/05/2020 22:42

Population of Japan (spiritual home of the rice cooker): 126 million. …Population of Japan (spiritual home of the rice cooker): 126 million. Assuming for the sake of argument each Japanese household consists of 4 people, that’s 31.5 million households. If only 50% of those have a rice cooker, that’s nearly 16 million rice cookers.Or how about the country across the sea from Japan – China, another big consumer of rice and where much of the world’s supply of rice cookers is now manufactured. 1.4 billion people. That’s quite a lot of households. A Chinese household without a rice cooker is as common as rocking horse excrement.So yes, “millions”. Haha.

If you think most Asian people are using a crappy gimmick machine and not just cooking rice in a pot, then yes, you seem absolutely oblivious.

HorseBoxGuy18/05/2020 23:00

If you think most Asian people are using a crappy gimmick machine and not …If you think most Asian people are using a crappy gimmick machine and not just cooking rice in a pot, then yes, you seem absolutely oblivious.

The japanese invented the rice cooker who eat tons of rice everyday doesn’t that tell you something ?

waterloo19/05/2020 01:54

The japanese invented the rice cooker who eat tons of rice everyday …The japanese invented the rice cooker who eat tons of rice everyday doesn’t that tell you something ?

Are you off your head?

Edited by: “waterloo” 19th May

Only one clown here mate, do some research before you mug yourself off anymore.

clostridium_botulinum18/05/2020 22:42

Population of Japan (spiritual home of the rice cooker): 126 million. …Population of Japan (spiritual home of the rice cooker): 126 million. Assuming for the sake of argument each Japanese household consists of 4 people, that’s 31.5 million households. If only 50% of those have a rice cooker, that’s nearly 16 million rice cookers.Or how about the country across the sea from Japan – China, another big consumer of rice and where much of the world’s supply of rice cookers is now manufactured. 1.4 billion people. That’s quite a lot of households. A Chinese household without a rice cooker is as common as rocking horse excrement.So yes, “millions”. Haha.

It’s said every household in japan has a rice cooker some have two not sure about china but guess its alot.

Still available for £7.50 free click n collect in the croydon store i checked london only if it’s crap its free returns.

Edited by: “waterloo” 21st May

HorseBoxGuy18/05/2020 23:00

If you think most Asian people are using a crappy gimmick machine and not …If you think most Asian people are using a crappy gimmick machine and not just cooking rice in a pot, then yes, you seem absolutely oblivious.

Tbf Waterloo ended the discussion soundly but yeah no clue where you got your absurd notions from… You clearly haven’t even used one and yet feel as though you have some basis for spouting off aggressive opinions and being rude about it.

That said, countries where rice is eaten nearly every day a rice cooker is considered an essential household appliance. It’s a staple in nearly any kitchen. They’re more common than microwaves. Every year around 4 million rice cookers are produced in Japan alone…

Calling it a gimmick machine and laughing at the word millions as though an exaggeration really displays which argument is coming from a place of ignorance and ‘oblivious’-ness.

Maybe just try one someday instead of presuming things about something you know nothing about?

Rice that’s made in a pan can be good or even great, or sometimes it can be a bit tasteless, or a bit stodgy. It can be overdone or underdone. Too much or too little water. Not steamed well or cooked through perfectly or soaked up the right amount of water because of the lid, the timing, the temperature. Even when you cook rice frequently enough that you’re confident it’s always going to be pretty good, it’s rarely going to be perfect.

With a rice cooker it just comes out perfect and fluffy every time and tastes fantastic with minimal effort.

Edit: have just looked at the product itself and reviews vary dramatically on this one so probably best investing a bit more in a proper one than going for something as cheap as this.

Edited by: “ZeroBlitz” 23rd May

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