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Why don't rice cookers have an OFF switch?

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Why don't rice cookers have an OFF switch?

Gary Soup | Aug 14, 2005 11:42 PM

Every rice cooker I've had around the house has had a two position switch: "COOK" (or "ON") and "WARM". If you let it stay on "WARM" for long you get the base for a quick 'n' easy bibimbap, but sometimes we want crustless rice.

Am I missing something?

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