Any thoughts as to using a rice cooker at high altitude? I'll be cooking a few meals at 7000 ft soon and have no idea if my rice cooker (a $50 Zojirushi NHS-18) is up to the task. It seems to work OK at 3000 ft with a smidge of extra water.
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