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2 cups rice, 3 cups water cooked with the rice cooker.
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Rice after rinsing, before cooking.
Rice after rinsing, before cooking.
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Rice after cooking.
Rice after cooking.
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Hello! This is for the badge bit in Food Preparation and Preservation.

I made crockpot congee, an Asian rice porridge that contains rice and water in a ratio of 1:10, as well as green cabbage, onions, garlic, and ginger.













I also turned this into an opportunity to publish a post on my blog, which walks readers through the recipe step-by-step:
Crockpot Congee: A Quick, Easy, and Healthy Rice Dish

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Here's my short video
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2 cups rice, 2 cups water, a cup and a half homemade chicken broth, some salt.  Crock pot on low for a few hours.
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Made 2 cups of uncooked rice. Close to 4 cups of cooked rice in a rice cooker.
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I cooked a cup of dry rice (which = 3 cups cooked) in my instant pot to eat alongside our bhindi made with homegrown okra!
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Prior to cooking
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After cooking
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Showing more than two cups!
Showing more than two cups!
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2 cups rice with 4 cups of water.
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I made another pot of brown rice, this time in the Instant Pot.

Two cups in, more than four cups out.

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Two cups of rice goes with two cups of water.
Two cups of rice goes with two cups of water.
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After it comes up to pressure, it’s twenty minutes of cooking and ten minutes of waiting.
After it comes up to pressure, it’s twenty minutes of cooking and ten minutes of waiting.
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This is better than yesterday’s stovetop rice.
This is better than yesterday’s stovetop rice.
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Note: Sorry. That pic shows 1 cup of uncooked rice. This BB requires 2 cups.

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I batch cook rice for efficiency. I use a Zjirushi rice cooker and have discovered through experience, the maximum amount of rice I can cook is 2 1/2 cups of dry rice. This will fill the pot with cooked rice with half an inch spare at the top. The markings on the side are cups, so clearly I have more than 2 cups of cooked rice.

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Dry rice before cooking
Dry rice before cooking
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Cooked rice with cardamon seeds
Cooked rice with cardamon seeds
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