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- Sanyo ECJ-D55S 5.5-Cup Microm Rice Cooker and SteamerThe Perfect Family Sized Rice Cooker 5-1/2-cup micro-computerized cooker with fuzzy-logic technology Titanium-coated, extra-thick, 2-1/2 mm non-stick inner pot for optimal cooking Multi-menu selections; slow-cook, keep warm, and reheat function Easy-to-read measuring marks; LCD clock with 24-hour timer Steaming tray, measuring cup, non-stick spatula, instructions, and recipes included Product Description Modern technology abounds in this […]
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