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Has anyone here harvested and processed wild rice?  This is something I'm interested in trying.

The harvest methods are pretty straightforward, but I need a little practical advise on processing.
 
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wild rice is not rice, but more like buckwheat.... which of course is not wheat. You might find out more by looking up buckwheat is what I am trying to say. You must have some open water....

I have always liked the taste of wild rice.
 
                          
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i'm most interested in the parching process.  As far as I know buckwheat does not need to be parched.
 
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