Eat healthier easier with the Zojirushi Micom’s “fuzzy logic”

Posted on December 29, 2013

Zojirushi Micom Rice Cooker

Perhaps you saw cheap rice cookers in the Black Friday adverts. Perhaps you cannot fathom how one rice cooker could cost tenfold that of another rice cooker. Perhaps you should check yourself before you wreck yourself.

Value depends on a diversity of factors only one of which is price. For example, if you pay $125 for a rice cooker, that’s fine under one condition: it’s the best damn rice cooker ever in the history of all things. Meet the Zojirushi Micom Rice Cooker. It happens to be the best damn rice cooker ever in the history of all things.

The Zojirushi Micom is a microcomputer designed with a sole function. It cooks rice. And, it does so perfectly every time. Never does the rice burn. Never does it turn to mush. The Zojirushi Micom employs a technology known as, “fuzzy logic.” We at G@H know “fuzzy math” and “fuzzy ethics” but cannot explain “fuzzy logic.” However it works, it works.

G@H's Peach Chutney over chicken breast and steamed jasmine riceMore importantly, the Zojirushi Micom inspires us to eat healthier. Preparation is simple. All you do is measure and wash rice, add water and hit go. The result is delicious, fluffy rice that brilliantly accompanies a salmon filet or a chicken breast. Add some steamed broccoli, and you’ve got yourself something.

Remember how earlier we said that the Zojirushi Micom has a sole function? We lied. Actually, no. We told a “fuzzy truth.” In fact, the Zojirushi Micom cooks steel-cut oatmeal. It steams meat and vegetables. It even bakes cakes. That’s all great, but we use this gizmo to make rice. We make brown rice, sushi rice and jasmine rice.

Trust us. Once you go fuzzy, you never go back.

Zojirushi Micom Rice Cooker

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