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Fuzzy Logic Rice Cookers

Updated on April 24, 2010
All kinds of rice with with the fuzzy logic rice cooker!
All kinds of rice with with the fuzzy logic rice cooker!

I love rice and regularly eat all types of rice.  I have a fuzzy logic rice cooker and I don't think I could live without it!  It is simply amazing.  It knows how to perfectly cook any type of rice.

The fuzzy logic rice cooker is one of the greatest inventions of all time. A fuzzy logic rice cooker takes all guess work out of cooking rice. I’ve had a fuzzy logic rice cooker for about ten years. I’ve never messed up a batch of rice with it! It doesn’t even matter what kind of rice – wild, brown, basmati, white, etc. The fuzzy logic rice cooker always gets it right. It doesn’t even matter if I put too much or too little water in the cooker – it somehow knows what to do.

I love fuzzy logic
I love fuzzy logic

Geeky Fuzzy Logic Lecture

What is fuzzy logic?

“A form of algebra employing a range of values from "true" to "false" that is used in making decisions with imprecise data. The outcome of an operation is assigned a value between 0 and 1 corresponding to its degree of truth. Fuzzy logic is used, for example, in artificial intelligence systems.”  Source

What is a fuzzy logic rice cooker?

The thing that makes a rice cooker a fuzzy logic rice cooker is really the way it cooks the rice. All fuzzy logic rice cookers only have two settings – cook or warm. Basically, you add the rice and water to the fuzzy rice cooker bowl, put the bowl in the rice cooker, close the lid, and press “cook”. The rice cooker automatically knows when to stop the cooking and switch to “warm” mode. This is where the fuzzy logic comes in to play. I’m not really sure how the fuzzy logic rice cooker does it…maybe by reading the humidity combined with the temperature within the cooker? Regardless, the fuzzy logic rice cooker has never let me down. I can make rice better than anyone with the fuzzy logic rice cooker!

I have a Zojirushi fuzzy logic rice cooker that I bought about ten years ago. This thing is awesome…not only has it made great rice for ten years, but it shows no sign of wear or tear! I love this thing. Just last night I had some Nishiki rice with some beef / eggplant stirfry. Right now, I’m having brown rice with chicken and asparagus. The fuzzy logic rice cooker was able to make both the white (Nishiki) rice and the brown rice just right. The fuzzy logic rice cooker is a must have for those of you that like rice!


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      BkCreative 8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Oooh so true about not finding good Korean food here - and I live in NYC. But the quality of food here is so sub par - that everything lacks that distinctive flavor. I just don't feel happy and satisfied when I eat it - but I eat it anyway.

      Thanks for this hub. Rice cookers make so much sense!

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      kea 8 years ago

      BkCreative - thanks for the comment! This was one of my better purchase decisions! I never lived in Korea, but visited there for about a month. It's hard to find good Korean food anywhere in the US!

      Hello, Hello - you can order it online and ship it to England. They really don't each much rice over there, though, right...just bangers and mash and blood pudding :)

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      Hello, hello, 8 years ago from London, UK

      I have never heard of it will look aroud if it reach the shores of England. Thank you.

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      BkCreative 8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Great thing - the fuzzy logic rice cookers. When I lived in Seoul, S. Korea it was the rice cooker of choice - all homes have a rice cooker. Fuzzy logic also applied to the washing machine I had. What an interesting concept. It seems both Korea and Japan take credit for the concept.

      Thanks for the hub and the 10 year recommendation. When I got back from S. Korea I bought a rice cooker - but an inexpensive brand on sale that cannot compare - but I still can't imagine EVER cooking rice any other way!