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If you have been eating brown rice, you’ll know that practically any rice cooker can be used to cook brown rice. However, most of the time brown rice comes out a bit hard, crunchy or chewy compared to white rice, because brown rice has higher fiber content and each grain has the bran and hull intact.
http://fronteracooking.com/top-picks/best-rice-cooker-for-brown-rice

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Many people including myself prefer stainless steel rice cookers, or rather, rice cooker with a stainless steel inner pot, over conventional non-stick coated aluminum pots. Since stainless steel does not absorb odor or color, and it does not react to food that is acidic, it is much safer and healthier to cook in stainless steel rice cookers.

http://fronteracooking.com/top-picks/best-stainless-steel-rice-cookers

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Aroma rice cookers are known for their vast range of products, with models available ranging from 20-cup professional rice cookers to 6-cup pot style rice cookers. They also have Cool Touch models that cook anywhere between 8 to 20 cups of rice. 
Recommendations: http://fronteracooking.com/aroma-rice-cookers/aroma-rice-cookers
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Zojirushi rice cookers are considered the best rice cookers available in the market. Zojirushi rice cookers come with controls using microprocessors and software that have been designed to monitor humidity and heat to deliver ideal rice consistently with the perfect taste and consistency each time.
Check out more: http://fronteracooking.com/zojirushi-rice-cookers/zojirushi-rice-cookers
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