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    I can't believe so many people don't like rice cookers! I love them but don't love my new one as much as my old one.
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    Slow cooker. Everyone promised it would "save time" um no, it take the same amount of time to prep everything wether you do it in the morning or the evening!!

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    The juicer ex bought me that we still haven't gotten around to using lol it's just sitting on the bench

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    Omg don't say rice cooker I just asked for one for Christmas!!
    Mine would be the stick mixer, haven't used it once in the year I have had it.

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    Love our rice cooker!

    Most useless that we own would probably be the pressure cooker. Thought we'd use it all the time... I think we've used it twice in 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    Chocolate fountain but I'd love an omelette maker.
    A chocolate fountain would be a winner in my house

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Rice cooker. I don't see the purpose of it. A saucepan does the same job, takes up a fraction of the space of the big cumbersome rice cooker and does a better job.
    Because people like me can't cook rice without it turning into sludge

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly View Post
    Because people like me can't cook rice without it turning into sludge
    Haha my MIL says the same thing but I don't think I've ever ruined rice cooking it in a saucepan on the stove!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly View Post
    Because people like me can't cook rice without it turning into sludge
    But it cooks in a ceramic bowl instead of a metal saucepan I have to admit though there has been the odd time I have got side tracked and have been left with a burnt bottom and sludgy rice.


 

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