A friend of mine gave me a rice cooker. It's just a simple one, no programming or options. You just put in the rice, the water, and hit the cook button. That's hard to mess up, right? I've even managed to make decent enough rice in it a couple of times, though mostly I use it to cook millet.
Well, since I can't make rice on the stove, I figured I probably couldn't make rice pudding there either, so I decided to put it all in the rice cooker. I wasn't making real rice pudding anyway. I just wanted to cook up some brown rice with a lot of liquid so it got a thick pudding like consistency. Last night before bed I put one cup of brown rice and two cups of soy milk into the rice cooker. I thought that soaking the rice would help break it down and make it thick and sticky when it was all cooked.