The Neuro Fuzzy Rice Cooker Cooks Perfectly

Apr 11 2011, 6:48am CDT | by , in Shopping | Hot Gadgets

The Neuro Fuzzy Rice Cooker Cooks Perfectly
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The Neuro Fuzzy is available at ThinkGeek for $179.99.

Do you like to eat rice? Then the Neuro Fuzzy Rice Cooker could be perfect for you. It lets you get the perfect rice. It even cooks sushi rice, brown rice, and even oatmeal. It can cook all these to perfection.

The Fuzzy Rice Cooker features advanced logic technology, which allows it to think for itself and make adjustments to the temperature and timing of your batch of rice. A spherical inner cooking pan and heating system distributes heat evenly so the rice at the bottom is the same consistency as the rice on the top. It will do brown rice, white, rice, sushi rice, even oatmeal. For those nights you do not want to wait, a quick cook program will make white rice in just 15 minutes. It holds 5.5 cups of rice. It is an Ultra-intelligent rice cooker that thinks for itself. It makes adjustments to temperature and cooking time so you do not have to worry about it. It automatically keeps rice warm after cooking is done. It also has extra large colored LCD display with easy-to-use navigation control panel. It features stay cool side handles for easy transport of inner pan. It comes with rice measuring cup, rinse-free rice measuring cup, nonstick rice spatula, and spatula holder. This is a great thing to have if you eat a lot of rice or even if you just want convenience when you do cook it. Be sure to order yours today.

The Neuro Fuzzy is available at ThinkGeek for $179.99.

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