Michael Louis Scott's Cajun Spanish Rice

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I set it on the kitchen counter. 

I used its measuring cup, and I measured out six of its cups of white rice or 30 ounces of measuring cup rice which I rinsed under warm water in a metal bowl, and then I strained with a wire strainer and added it to the pot.

I then added one 26 ounce jar of spaghetti tomato sauce and a 15 ounce can of Campbell's French Onion soup and two cups of V8 juice which filled it almost to the eight cup line

I then I seasoned it with plenty of garlic powder, ground black pepper, Italian spices, oregano, onion bits, and Lowery's season salt.

I then added about 3/8th of a cup of soy sauce, four tablespoons of Lea and Perrins Worcestershire sauce, lots of dashes Mcilhenny's Tabasco sauce https://www.tabasco.com/ , and about a three eights of a cup of barbecue sauce and two tablespoons of A1 Steak Sauce and three eights of a cup of extra virgin olive oil.

I stirred it all, and it was up to the eight cup liquid line.

I then plugged it in, and I pressed the power button and brown rice button. 

Thus it is now cooking, but I do not know how long it takes, but it is suppose to quit once it done and stay on the warm cycle.

I figure three hours or three brown rice cycles.  It basically will be Cajun Spanish rice, if it comes out all right.

For brown rice, it takes six brown rice cycles to cook.