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Steaming rice is not the only thing a rice cooker can do, its possibilities are endless. Since the first rice cooker was introduced, it has become an essential home appliance for most Asian household. As only a few rice cooker makers produce export models for use abroad, there is a market need for a similar appliance in the global market. The goal of this concept is to incorporate different cooking styles and accommodate the need of users that can't spare the time to cook, and therefore more appealing to the global market. In addition, minimise the use of disposable containers the waste of water, and encourage a healthy diet.
Brunel University London
London, United Kingdom