Summary: It's NOT non-stick. If you are use to this feature, you will be disappointed. The pot is aluminum. Forget non-stick and forget aluminum. Go get stainless steel. It's way more sanitary. Stainless steel is not 100% non-stick, but used properly, you can achieve this. Got my stainless steel from Chinatown for thirty five bucks. You could probably find one here too, but I needed it right away. There is no option to turn the "keep warm" feature off. Only way is to unplug.
Summary: As a die-hard brown and haiga rice eater with years of living in Japan, take it from me that this is not the rice cooker for you. It does both an unsatisfactory and messy job of it. If possible, buy a top of the line Zojirushi rice cooker instead. You will not regret it. Ganbatte kudasai!
Excerpt: I have used the Panasonic SR-G10G 5.5-Cup Rice Cooker in the past and it is a very simple rice making gadget. As mentioned in my title, it gets the job done and that's about it. My family consumes a LOT of rice and I cook rice almost everyday so I have used my fair share of rice cookers. This one is the simplest of them all. I am not entirely satisfied with the Panasonic SR-G10G 5.5-Cup Rice Cooker.
Summary: Piece of junk. I can't believe that Panasonic made this lousy rice cooker. The cooked rice is never fluffy. The rice gets burnt at the bottom. Being an Indian, fluffy cooked rice is our major diet. I couldn't hate this rice cooker more. Oh well, it went back to Amazon for the way it spoils our rice.
Summary: We have used a rice cooker for many years - our last one quit after doing a few tons of rice, so i chose this one to replace it. We have tried several batches of rice - different quantities - and it just does not measure up. It sometimes burns the rice, sometimes it sticks and it boils over every time. Next. Now I find out that I am past the Amazon return date - it will be given away most likely.