Kamadosan Donabe Rice Cooker 2cups 〜

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Product Description

Unlike other rice cookers, once you set the heat to medium-high level on the stove-top, you don’t need to readjust the flame until it’s done. (The heating level may vary depending on the type of burner.)

It takes about 2 weeks for each donabe to be made.

The package includes a clay pot, a ceramic trivet, a spatula and an instruction sheet in English.

Please note that 2 cups rice is about for 3 to 4 people.

Gas stove only. Does not work on other heating sources.
Oven safe.
No Microwave, no dishwasher.

***Quick Instruction***
Soak measured rice for 20 mins.
Set the heat to medium-high level on the stove-top and leave for 13-15 mins.
Turn off the heat and let it stand with lids on for 20 minutes. Done!

Kamadosan Donabe Rice Cooker 2cups 〜

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These handmade donabe steam pots are produced by Nagatanien in the the city of Iga. Many consider Iga to be the center of Japanese ceramic, and clay from this region has extremely unique properties. The advantages of their clay comes from the fact that the region was once at the bottom of Lake Biwa, and years of aquatic life infused the clay with large amounts of organic matter that create air pockets when fired. These air pockets allow the clay to breath and retain heat better than any other pots. 'Donabe' in Japanese literally means 'earthenware pot'. This Donabe pot is made by Nagatanien, located in the city of Iga, Japan. Clay from Iga is known to withstand extremely high heat without cracking, allowing this pot to be used on an open flame. 'Donabe' pots are commonly used to cook 'nabemono', known as one-pot dishes where vegetables with accompanying ingredients like tofu, cold, salmon or chicken are cooked together in a rich broth.

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