I eat rice very very often, and I have for most of my life. 7 years ago
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Rice, Rice, Rice. It seems that is all I hear about these days. Everyone is all up on the stuff. I like it, but I am keen on the grain for the health aspects.
Why do you guys like rice? Also, do you make a point to buy Organic rice?
I find Jasmine to be my favorite, and only the real stuff with a rice cooker will do. Any other favorites out there?
Rock on and munch away! 7 years ago
I feel that rice is the next culinary frontier, like wine and sun dried tomatoes were in the nineties. I aim to mother the rice revolution of the 2010s. Any takers? 8 years ago
Yummy. Cheap. Adaptable. Nutritious. What’s not to love about rice. It will likely be one of the first “real” foods my daughter eats.
Do yourself a favor: don’t mess around with minute rice. Get the real deal.
Do yourself another favor: spring for a rice cooker. It doesn’t save you that much time, but it makes the exercise fire-and-forget (i.e. easy and doesn’t need close monitoring), and thus make you more likely to eat it. Plus, they aren’t that expensive. 8 years ago
Rice is quickly becoming one of my favorite things in the world. I’ve always enjoyed it for dinner, but increasingly eat it for lunch in the form of a stir-fry-ish dish. Earlier this year my mind was blown with a taste of rice pudding, and today I had my first rice dish for breakfast:
1 bowl leftover rice (brown, short-grain)
1 cup lite coconut milk
1 handful raisins
Let this sit for a while, then heat it up. This could easily become a staple in my diet, chasing out oatmeal for a place in my stomach.
Anyway, I feel healthy when I eat rice… wholesome. I’d like to do more of that. 8 years ago