Just the basics.
[QUOTE=DeepSeaDiver;185955]Just the basics.
What’s next? Coffeepots? Light bulbs? Door knobs? Rice cookers?
[QUOTE=Steamer;185972][QUOTE=DeepSeaDiver;185955]Just the basics.
What’s next? Coffeepots? Light bulbs? Door knobs? Rice cookers?[/QUOTE]
Just keeping the old timer up to speed.
Most dedicated home rice cookers are of the electric type. In commercial or industrial use, there are many varieties, such as large gas or electric rice cookers, a large-scale rice cooker that is called a “rice boiler”, and fully automatic versions which handle the whole process of rice cooking from washing rice to the end of the cooking cycle. Dedicated rice cookers date from long ago in human history. A ceramic rice steamer dated to 1250 BC is on display in the British Museum.
[U][B]Door knobs are available in a broad range of styles and finishes.[/B][/U]
Interested in installing some new door hardware for your home or even boat? The link below will give you some ideas.
they finally published in the Singapore papers that if you have or at risk from diabetes, dont eat white rice.
it has the highest hypo-glycemic rating of just about any food.
Not to mention its nutritional value is about zero.
Its a 3P food