Rice Cooker Donabe
Rice Cooker Donabe
Rice Cooker Donabe
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Rice Cooker Donabe
Rice Cooker Donabe
Rice Cooker Donabe
Rice Cooker Donabe

Nagatani-en

Rice Cooker Donabe

Rice Cooker Donabe

Regular price $175 USD
Regular price Sale price $175 USD
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A simple, non-toxic analog alternative to electric rice cookers, this donabe is differentiated from others by its substantially thicker bottom and inner lid, which helps you cook the perfect batch of rice with incredible ease.

The process of cooking with Kamado-san is quiet and relaxing, with no jarring electronic beeping to alert you that it has reached completion - simply the steady puffing of steam once it's time to turn the heat off.

The porous nature of the Iga-sourced clay allows the rice to breathe during cooking, slowly build and evenly distribute heat, then retain it long after being removed from flame, allowing it to continue cooking while you complete your meal's other courses. The inner lid allows the donabe to function like a sort of pressure cooker, making for quick rice and preventing anything from bubbling over.

This piece is ultimately an all-purpose donabe - just remove the inner lid to adapt it for other functions, or use it with the lid to cook other grains or pseudo-grains, such as barley or quinoa. The smaller of the two sizes is well-suited to single people, while the large is great for a group of 4 to 6.

Specifically for use on gas stovetops, over an open flame, or in an oven up to 500°F. Cannot be used on electric stovetops. Comes with cork-footed ceramic tile trivet and a wooden paddle for serving.

The finest in Japanese clay cookware, Nagatani-en's non-toxic, single-origin artisan ceramics are all produced in Japan's Iga region, famed for its clay, sourced from the 4-million-year-old Biwa lakebed. This unique porous clay is highly durable, with excellent heat retention, and forms the base for all of Nagatani-en's premium Iga-yaki pottery.

Designed and made in Iga, Japan.

Materials

• Clay from the Iga region of Japan
• Non-toxic natural glaze
• Comes with unfinished Paulownia (Paulownia tomentosa) rice paddle

Dimensions

• Small measures 8.25” d (10" including handles) x 6.25". Cooks 2 dry rice cup (go)
• Large measures 9.5” d (12” including handles) x 7” h. Cooks 3 dry rice cups (go)

Shipping & Returns

Most orders are packed and shipped out via USPS or UPS within 2 business days.

Average transit time is 2-7 business days.

Tracking number and updates are automatically sent to the email associated with your order.

If you wish to initiate a return, please contact us at hello@housework.store within 7 days of receipt.

Returned items must be received in original unused condition in order to qualify for a refund.

Made-to-order, food, body care,underwear, socks, hair accessories, vintage, and already discounted itemsare all final sale products and cannot be canceled or returned.

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