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Stainless Steel Rice Cooker used *only* for Brown Rice

JQ32 | Feb 19, 201912:50 PM     9

Looking for a stainless steel rice cooker, which I will only use for brown rice. Have done some research and came across this and similar websites: https://gonewmommy.com/2018/05/17/non...

...but I also know that the best reviewed rice cookers for brown rice (Zojirushi GABA enabled etc) use non-stick coatings, which I want to avoid. I already have an Instant Pot 6qt Duo and my attempt at brown rice there was pretty dismal, though I only tried it out once and could obviously try again and adjust the water ratio etc. Any thoughts on choosing something from the list vs. continued experimentation with my IP? If the IP was the best option I would probably get a Mini Duo as a rice cooker, since I always batch cook, and so I need to cook my rice on an appliance other than my 6qt IP, that I will be using for other meals. In other words, getting a new rice-cooking appliance is a must :)

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