The Oyama CFS-B12U rice cooker has a stylish and innovative design, weighs 8 pounds and manufactured to the highest quality standards featuring all stainless steel construction. This Oyama rice cooker has a 7 cup capacity, stainless steel body, stainless steel rice cooker inner pot and stainless steel steamer tray. This is in contrast to the vast majority of other rice cooker models from other brands who use teflon coated inner pots. There are no concerns of possible health risks from Teflon with Oyama rice cooker. The CFS-B12U Oyama stainless steel rice cooker also has an aluminum inner core designed for uniform heating. What you get is uniformly cooked rice without burning. Three dimensional heating of the base, sides and lid, give you warm rice beyond the typical 12 hour keep-warm limit of other rice cookers.
The Oyama stainless steel cooker is capable of cooking different types and varieties of rice and the steamer tray is handy for steaming vegetables, seafood, poultry or meat and more. This Oyama rice cooker has received high customer review ratings of 4.4 out of 5 stars on Amazon. Currently priced at less than $65,this Oyama stainless steel rice cooker is well worth the price. Take a look at the Oyama CFS-B12U rice cooker on Amazon.
Oyama Stainless Steel Rice Cooker Customer Review
Andrea – Portland OR
“I purchased this rice cooker back in February 2010, so I have been using it for a good 8 months. I searched high and low for an ALL stainless steel rice cooker. Originally, I was hoping for one with fuzzy-logic. Why? I don’t know. Marketing propaganda, I guess, because I LOVE this rice cooker and do not need anything more technical.
I use this rice cooker at least once a week. I am cooking both long-grain/basamati/jasmine brown rice and quinoa on a regular basis, but I have also steamed veggies in it a few times too with success. It is just my husband and I, but I make two cups dry of whatever grain, so that we have leftovers. It usually cooks while I am preparing everything else.
Even though it does not have a non-stick coating (which I did not want for health reasons, but thought I would miss) clean up is a breeze. Simply put some water in and let it soak during your meal or soak overnight after your meal if you prefer. I have a little stiff rubber scraper (Pampered Chef maybe?) and anything there just comes right off.”
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