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Tips For Cooking Brown Rice

When cooking anything in a rice cooker, I always spray the insert with cooking spray. For brown rice, I've had success by adding water up to the next line. For example, when cooking 4 measures of brown rice, I add water up to the line that says 5.

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When the cooker is finished (the lever pops over to warm instead of cook), I unplug the cooker and wait at least 30 minutes. This seems to "settle" the rice, especially the grains on top. I open it and stir the rice, and put the lid back on for another 15-20 minutes.

Another important tip I learned from my son is to NEVER wash the insert in the dishwasher. This is especially important with the older, non-stick models (like mine). The dishwasher detergent does something to the finish which causes rice to stick and burn horribly, even if it's sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.

By DottieNM from Central New Mexico

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