How to cook rice in a rice cooker?

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Well for people that never cook rice in a rice cooker before you may want to follow the following tips. Do not worry. It is pretty simple and not hard at all. The first thing you have to do is to decide how many people want to eat rice. A cup of full rice usually can feed for two people. So if you have 4 or 6 people you may want to cook 2 to 3 cup of rice.

The first step is cleaning your rice. Place your rice in a rice cooker bowl and fill in some water. Use your hand to soak the rice and drain the water. Keep repeating this task until you get a clear water on your rice. The easy way to measure how much water you need to cook your rice is by placing your palm on the bowl. The water level should be above 1.5 cm of your palm (Please see picture for more details). Alternatively, if you prefer soft rice, you may add extra water. 

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