I've been looking around on the internet at rice cookers and slow cookers and wondering which to get.
I'd be tempted to get both but my problem is that counter and storage space is strictly limited in our kitchen so ideally i'd like something that i can both set a timer for rice for my bento in the morning and cook lovely stews and soups for when i come home from work in the winter.
If i get a slow cooker can i still cook japanese rice in it? I'm leaning towards a slow cooker so i can make soups and stews as well. I've noticed that there are 2 in 1 products but they seem to be the best of neither (i.e. don't seem to cook rice that well and don't have the full functions of a slow cooker either).
Anyone got any advice?
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