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anyone use rice as desiccant when storing dry goods

 
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I know that putting some rice in a salt shaker will absorb moisture to prevent salt from caking. I thinking of making pouches of rice with coffee filters to put in bottles of grains to be stored.
 
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Yes, rice is an excellent dessicant for dry goods and things like kale chips.
 
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I vac seal them in Mason jars. No dessicants.
 
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any suggestions on how much to use, say per quart, gallon ?
 
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