Many of us have purchased a rice cooker, which we wouldn’t trade for the world, because it makes perfect rice every time. Rice is also becoming more popular as a staple, as the rise of celiac disease and wheat sensitivities seems to afflict more people. However, one problem remains. Washing rice before cooking it is not easy, as it tends to slip through a regular colander. Soaking it in water, and then drying to drain it, is not efficient, because you need precise measurements when using a rice cooker.
Now, though, there’s a solution. The Japanese Rice Washing Bowl with Side and Bottom Drainers, shown above, solves the problem of how to easily wash your rice before cooking.Buy Now