Rice toppings when the water is cold. Even if you don't, you may have injured your fingertips or have delicate nail art, and if possible, you may not want to put your hands in the water.
"Water-flow type rice cutter New Tsumetaku Rice (Mai)" plays an active role in such a scene. It is an item that uses the momentum of tap water to melt rice without soaking your fingers in the water!
The body with a handle is like a big coffee cup. There is also a scale on the side to measure the amount of rice and water.
The removable lid has a water inlet and a mesh around it to drain water.
The amount of rice that can be melted at one time is 1 to 3 go. Put rice in the main body, cover it, and you're ready to go.
When water is poured vigorously from the tap ...
It's a little difficult to see in the image, but a stream of water occurs in the container, and the whole rice goes around. If the rice does not move, the water flow is weak, so please adjust the power.
The rice spins around due to the water flow, and after 30 to 40 seconds, the rice continues to spill vigorously from the outlet (in the case of 3 rice). Turn the container over to drain the water and transfer the rice to the rice cooker. After that, as usual, just add water and cook the rice.
The momentum of the discharged water is quite strong, so it may be a little difficult to avoid getting your hands wet at all, but it is quite helpful even if you do not have to stir with your fingertips! If you absolutely do not want to get wet, you can wear rubber gloves and grab the handle. It's a convenient item for people who often have a lot of resistance to picking rice directly with their fingers.