#23

Yesteryears when there was no ricecooker, one actually needs to sit around the kitchen to ensure the rice was not burnt.  We were aware of the time and were involved in seeing the rice cooked. Of course, to one not interested in cooking, this became a real chore and pain-in-the-neck.  

Today, through the ingenious of the Japanese who produce many consumer friendly gadgets, one just leaves the rice to cook and attend to other matters. In fact, we’re so advanced that we can set the timer for the rice to cook at the time we need without being physically present.

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