Is the tiger rice cooker a pressure cooker?Mars2012 wrote: ↑Feb 13th, 2018 10:28 pmIf it works for you, I don't see any reason to stop. I rarely make rice on the stove because it almost always ends up with a mass cleanup due to boil-over. A dedicated rice cooker doesn't do that, and it keeps the rice warm. I have a Japanese made Tiger rice cooker, got it for a wedding present 20+ years ago. I bought a Zojirushi a couple years ago as a backup. Still haven't opened it. Some Asian grocery stores have Tiger rice cookers that are still made in Japan, that might be a good choice too.
I’ve seen some expensive tiger brand ones as well.
Which Zojirushi rice cooker did you buy? And did you get it on sale?
Calm down there internet warrior, it’s just a question. No need to get all tough now.
Hm I guess inflation really hit home with the rice cookers. The same tier model now is $250Beneful1 wrote: ↑Feb 13th, 2018 11:40 pmI have a fuzzy logic T-fal which looks eerily similar to a TIger.. I've had it a good 12 years now. I'm thinking I bought it at London Drugs on sale for something like $90 back then.. Anyways, can't complain, it works well.. I can't see spending much more on a rice cooker , especially $200.
Either that or zojirushi’s got popular and jacked the price up