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  • molly_tyger
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    I mix regular rice with black and red. It helps me to deal with my picky kids.

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  • Hoovyendy
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    I buy only brown rice, nu matter the producer. I don't buy very cheap rice since I'm scared of the plastic one.

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  • mascot830
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    My family eat a rice..the brand beras 111

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  • marcus
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    Originally posted by Rhonda Gibson View Post
    ... But your kids right, rice is not very good over here

    Could you explain what you mean by that ?

     

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  • Rhonda Gibson
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    You can try other types: red or black rice. But your kids right, rice is not very good over here

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  • donaldreynolds
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    Nowadays I more often than not utilize 1/2 white rice and 1/2 red rice in the rice cooker. I think you should splash the red rice ahead of time, yet I don't, and it generally turns out fine, in any event when blended with white rice.

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  • JessicaG
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    Originally posted by Simicart View Post
    I used to mix up several kinds of rice altogether and add some other stuff in (that depends on my mood, but you can consider adding sweet potato, coconut juice, or even peanut). Tastes good to me and my family, so you can give it a try
    I've never thought about mixing different kinds of rice so interesting idea, thanks!

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  • Simicart
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    I used to mix up several kinds of rice altogether and add some other stuff in (that depends on my mood, but you can consider adding sweet potato, coconut juice, or even peanut). Tastes good to me and my family, so you can give it a try

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  • vania~
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    and also i read it the tip, at vegan restaurant in bandung

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  • Bagindo
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    Originally posted by vania~ View Post
    i read somewhere that salt can take the pesticide from the rice
    I was just going to say that using salt is unlikely to help reducing external pesticide contamination, but some quick Googling (technical papers not hearsay, e.g. here) suggests it actually might - I'm a bit surprised. Could be a nice tip.

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  • vania~
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    i use ordinary rice that sold at tukang sayur lol.... but i wash it with water and salt, and soak it for 1-2minutes.. i read somewhere that salt can take the pesticide from the rice,
    sometimes i use black rice too, it tastes very yummy! rich of fiber and healthy.. i bought them at setiabudhi supermarket, bandung
    and yep i found it annoying when eating rice and there is rock in it.. i got my tooth broken because chew the rock and it cost 700k to fix it

    i always use bottled water to cook and for fruits, i use to wash it with tap water first and then bottled water after that

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  • Mina_H
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    I use two kinds of rice. Indain Basmati rice if the rice mixed with beans or lentils or vegetables and steams in pot. Indonesian Pandan Wangi rice for plain white rice in rice cooker. The TOPI KOKI brand has good Pandan Wangi rice. It has blue package. 5 kg package is around 110000 RP.I tried other indonesian rice but only this brand and this type of rice taste good for our family

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  • ssabrina
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    my fav rice is rojolele. all time fav! easy to find.

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  • Donting101
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    To me Indian basmati rice is king.
    Used in any style from Indian to Arab, I even prefer it in my wife's indo cooking and persuade her to go basmati every time
    north eastern thai jasmine rice (gluttonous and normal) is a close 2nd. But there certainly are some fuck off Indonesian boutique rices out there too, just need to be in the know of what's what and where to get it.

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  • audrienne
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    Originally posted by Michelle O'Brien View Post
    What is "fake" rice?!
    The only "fake" rice I know is konnyaku noodle. Tried it once and for all. It made me bloated so much but I guess I ate too much. Konnyaku is high in fibre and popular as "diet" food in Japan

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