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    What else do you use your rice cooker for if you're lazy af?

    I have always hated cooking, the less time I can spend in the kitchen the better.

    I'm ashamed to say it took me until 29 to discover the holy grail that is the slow cooker, and this year the rice cooker entered.

    All my meat for the week is cooked in a slow cooker on Sunday, almost zero prep time, just throw it in, quick seasoning, and leave overnight.

    I've started using a rice cooker each night for brown rice, prep time, like 2 seconds, but now I want to explore what else can be done with this rice cooker. I've thought about adding eggs, broccoli, lentils, different sorts of things. Not sure how all this will work with the water content.

    What are some of your healthy, cheap, basically "zero prep" meals. Either using a rice cooker or just in general?

    I'm the kind of guy who is happy to eat the same meals every day, as long as it take less than like 2 minutes to prep and don't have to monitor the cooking process lol. (not talking supermarket ready meals or anything like that. Clean and healthy over here!)
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    Originally Posted by Seqhael View Post
    I have always hated cooking, the less time I can spend in the kitchen the better.

    I'm ashamed to say it took me until 29 to discover the holy grail that is the slow cooker, and this year the rice cooker entered.

    All my meat for the week is cooked in a slow cooker on Sunday, almost zero prep time, just throw it in, quick seasoning, and leave overnight.

    I've started using a rice cooker each night for brown rice, prep time, like 2 seconds, but now I want to explore what else can be done with this rice cooker. I've thought about adding eggs, broccoli, lentils, different sorts of things. Not sure how all this will work with the water content.

    What are some of your healthy, cheap, basically "zero prep" meals. Either using a rice cooker or just in general?

    I'm the kind of guy who is happy to eat the same meals every day, as long as it take less than like 2 minutes to prep and don't have to monitor the cooking process lol. (not talking supermarket ready meals or anything like that. Clean and healthy over here!)
    You can make frittata in a rice cooker. My friend made us one with cocktail onions and bacon before. Obviously there are many other possibilities.
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