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The rice cup measure is normally based on the traditional Japanese measurement system 1 gÅ (å?), which has its origin in China (gÄå). 1 gÅ (å?) is 180 ml, approximately 25% smaller than the American measuring cup of 8 (US) fluid ounces / 240 ml. 1 cup gÅ (å?) is regarded to produce enough cooked rice enough for a meal for one person.
Dendra wrote:It is delightful both in texture and appearance. Flavor is a bit bland. Next time I'll add more seasonings...
Jellen wrote:I'm curious about cooking flaxseed with your mix? Does it swell?
Jellen wrote:Also, I don't have my original cup with my rice cooker. I'm putting 2 cups water in the basin and it makes the cooker cook for about 45 minutes. Then it flips to a warming phase.
I usually double the rice with water inside the cooker, and add just a little extra water for whole grains.
Do you think that's the correct amount of water above and below for a batch of mixed grain?
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