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Post Reply What would you do this rice to make it better far as taste and appearance?
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Posted 3/11/18 , edited 3/12/18
Throw a few gas station hot dogs in there and you'll have a feast fit for royalty.
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Posted 3/11/18 , edited 3/12/18
Boil it with garlic, shredded chicken, and chopped vegetables. Let it soak in as much of the solvent as possible to take on the flavours and eat. That's fantastically filling for a lot of mouths, very healthy, and extremely cheap.
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Posted 3/12/18 , edited 3/12/18
Leave it as is, I don't like mixing things with rice.
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Posted 3/12/18 , edited 3/12/18
some cinnamon, some sugar and enjoy! do that from time to time. it's rare for me to eat that sort of rice. mostly I'm doing fried rice, or I'm adding some roast to it or something. but when it's that mood to enjoy something warm/hot on a cold night, nothing beats rice that's for sure.
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Posted 3/12/18 , edited 3/13/18
Add mixed vegetables, scrambled egg, nori flakes, and a touch of oyster sauce.
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Posted 3/14/18 , edited 3/14/18
cover it in soy sauce, since I have no idea what else to do with it lol. Though sometimes I get to carried away with the soy sauce & tastes horrible lol
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Posted 3/15/18 , edited 3/16/18
Buy it dried in 100 lb bag units and wait for a time when the asphalt driveway built on a steep slope needs a light coat of splotchy concrete for reinforcement. Those 100-lb bags of dried rice mixed in with the concrete to act as a driveway liner can't help but lend texture to what is likely a lackluster addition without such. Ah, I guess in answer to your query it doesn't contribute much to taste, palate-wise but lo, that's texture.
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Posted 3/15/18 , edited 3/16/18
First, I'd refrigerate it overnight to cut down on the stickiness and moisture, then I'd do every option as I make a fried rice.
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Posted 3/15/18 , edited 3/16/18
My family of 5 goes through at least 50 pounds of rice from Costco a month. Most of it is eaten by my dad and brother. Plain white rice eaten with EVERYTHING is the preference, but there are times when my sister will do something different with the rice.
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Posted 3/16/18 , edited 3/17/18

bemused_Bohemian wrote:

Buy it dried in 100 lb bag units and wait for a time when the asphalt driveway built on a steep slope needs a light coat of splotchy concrete for reinforcement. Those 100-lb bags of dried rice mixed in with the concrete to act as a driveway liner can't help but lend texture to what is likely a lackluster addition without such. Ah, I guess in answer to your query it doesn't contribute much to taste, palate-wise but lo, that's texture.


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Posted 3/16/18 , edited 3/17/18
top 4 all at once.
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Posted 3/16/18 , edited 3/17/18
Make fried rice.

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Posted 3/16/18 , edited 3/17/18
saute some celery and carrots and that other vegetable i forget the name of and put them on top
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Posted 3/18/18 , edited 3/18/18
I'll probably add some soy sauce or something.
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Posted 3/18/18 , edited 3/18/18
Voted sauce. Meat + sauce would be ideal though
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