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Zojirushi Corporation

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Rinnai Corporation

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Rinnai LED AD

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Learn all about Zojurushi Rice Cookers

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Learn All About Zojirushi Vacuum Bottles

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Choosing the Right Cooking Utensils

Here’s a few basic guidelines to help you make a good decision on purchasing new cooking utensils for your new home or to replace worn out utensils.

Decide if you will purchase a SET of utensil or if you will purchase it INDIVIDUALLY. A set of of utensils is more economical and contains basic kitchen tools. It also makes sure that your utensils will match. Individual cooking utensils will give you better control and options over each utensil that you buy. You will also have the opportunity to buy the best of everything.
Choose the basic necessities like straining spoons, ladles, long handled spoon and long handled fork and a pair of tongs.
Choose utensils that will not scratch your pots and pans. There are a variety of materials to choose from like wood, stainless steel, aluminum, plastic and teflon utensils.
Shop for the best utensils that gives you great value for your money. Durability and design functionality is important when considering between price and value.

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Learn All About Zojirushi Lunch Jars

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Learn All About Zojirushi Coffee Makers

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Seasoning Routine for Non-stick Surface

Heat your pan on the burner over a medium-high heat for 1 -2 minutes.
Once the pan is very hot, take it off the burner and add a tablespoon of olive or coconut oil and swirl it around the pan until the fat melts.
Heat you pan again until the oil begins to smoke. The molecules on the surface of the stainless steel will expand and the fat from the oil will embed into the pan, thereby coating the pan with a non-stick surface.
Turn of the heat and allow the oil to cool completely. The pan should look reflective and mirror-like after wards.
Pour off the oil and wipe out excess oil from the surface of the pan using paper towel.
To maintain the non-stick surface, do not wash the pan with dish soap. You will also need to use extra oil when cooking to prevent the existing oil from burning.  Once the surface of the pan turns to brown or yellow, you can re-season the pan again.

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Caring for your Flatware

Clean your flatware before using it for the first time.
Wash it in hot, soapy water with a soft sponge or dishcloth. Rinse in hot water to     remove all soap residue (Make sure to rinse it all out as this is one of the culprits for     dulling your flatware.) Dry your silverware with a soft towel. Do not air dry your     flatware because this create water spots and decreases its shine.
Wash and dry your flatware after use.
Use soap, ammonia or detergent in hot water to wash your silverware. Use a soft sponge or cloth. Make sure to remove all the food particles. Dry with a soft towel.
To remove streaks and heat stains from your silverware, you can do any of the following:a.     Use olive oil by rubbing it gently to your silverware with a dish cloth.
b.     Use club soda to remove streaks or stains and then dry with a soft towel.
c.     Use lemon juice and dish cloth.
Polish your silverware by using vinegar. Wet a soft cloth with cider vinegar or undiluted white vinegar, rub it to brighten up the dull areas.
If you use dishwasher, take your silverware out after the rinse cycle and dry it by hand to reduce spots left on your flatware.
Wash your flatware several times to remove stubborn stains.
Avoid the following when caring for your flatware:
a.     Do not use steel wool to scrub your flatware
b.     Do not use abrasive or harmful cleansers containing chlorine bleach, alcohol,  or oven cleaners.
c.     Do not allow your flatware to overheat.

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