Rice Cooker Saves The Day: Can You?
March 22, 2016 7:01pm CST
When I had my mission in Central Asia in 2010. The only thing possession I have is a rice cooker in the house. My arrival in my placement is too early as expected. Thus, the staff members of the non-government organization didn’t anticipate my early arrival. Basically, I used the rice cooker to cook my rice and food to save my day. It was really handy while waiting for the other kitchen tools as I am going to stay for a year in my mission. I didn’t feel any anger when this noble work as a volunteer in this country. Since I expect the unexpected circumstances. It is also a way to practice my initiatives in times crisis may arise. Can a rice cooker save your day?
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26 Mar 16
@Shavkat Yes - I am Asian. But I was born and raised in America - correct! As a child - I did eat rice for the most part. But as I got older and had more options, I stop eating rice. I only eat rice by choice like a few times a week. My boyfriend prefers rice so he eats rice probably 3-4 times a week.
23 Mar 16
I basically learned to do that when I was in college. I used to stay in a dormitory where we are not allowed to cook so I had to maximize the use of the rice cooker. Me and my friends used that to cook instant pansit Canton and noodles back then.