Rice-Paste Cooker

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Rice-Paste Cooker

Postby fxchow » Mon Mar 29, 2010 7:59 am

Hi,

My friend bought a Rice-Paste Cooker from Malaysia about RM 1500.

The cooker can blend and cook the food at the same time, very convenience. It can make soya bean also.

Anyone know where can buy this cooker at Singapore? :D

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Postby Andaiz » Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:28 am

No idea, fxchow...but am curious. The cooker blends and cooks at the same time? So good contraption to have with < 1yo at home?

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Postby fxchow » Tue Mar 30, 2010 8:45 pm

Andaiz wrote:No idea, fxchow...but am curious. The cooker blends and cooks at the same time? So good contraption to have with < 1yo at home?


Hi Andaiz,

Sorry, is "Rice Paste Maker" not "Rice Paste Cooker" - A Revolutionary 5 in 1 machine - Boils, Grinds, Filter, Juicer and blender. :D

Pls go to this website to find out more - www.i-chef.com.my/

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