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Tinkerbell | | Feb 26, 2012 10:59 AM

I mistakenly wrote under general so moving this question to COOKWARE. I am interested in the Tupperware rice cookers. I have read you may not cook rice with any other liquid but water or nonsalt broth. Second, I have tried to find comments within that give me an idea as to what any of you think about this product as far as cooking rice quickly in the microwave. I am a little leary of going to any other brand of plastic rice cookers. I have an electric small rice cooker but it seems to be a little towards time consuming to set it up, wash up all afterwards, etc. Therefore I am trying to find a shortcut if possible by using a tupperware model. Three cups final amount of cooked rice is about the safest I believe you can cook within. Something like 1 cup rice to certain amount of water and that is it on the rice amount that is safe to avoid boil overs. I know I can use glassware such as corning, pyrex etc but the liquid tends to bubble over because there aren't any holes in the lid of course. You can swivel the lid so container not covered completely on a square dish but still wants to bubble over when cooking a nice amount of rice. Therefore tupperware seems best idea. Any advice?

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