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Cook Grain with a slow cooker - PEP BB food.sand.grain.rice

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I soaked and cooked 2 cups of oat groats in the instant pot, using the slow cook method. Here's 2 cups, I also added yummy carrots, raisins, cinnamon, and nuts for the carrot cake recipe I've got. Next morning, we had a yummy breakfast!
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oats in the pot
oats in the pot
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selecting the slow cook method. about 3 hours is required
selecting the slow cook method. about 3 hours is required
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finished bowl of goodness
finished bowl of goodness
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Note: Nice selection of a grain with so many recipes you can use for the other grain cooking badgebits.

 
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I have a small rice cooker that can only cook up to a cup and a half of grain. As it's just two of us in my place it works for us. However for this, I've included photos from two different days so it comes to at least two cups of long grain rice.
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Batch one: one cup of long grain rice and two cups of water
Batch one: one cup of long grain rice and two cups of water
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Batch two: same as above
Batch two: same as above
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Two cup of white rice in the slow cooker connected on my pv system 💙
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Before cooking
Before cooking
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After cooking
After cooking
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Rice in the instant pot.  I cooked 4 cups of uncooked rice.  
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Measured in my enameled measuring cup
Measured in my enameled measuring cup
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12 minutes on the instant pot
12 minutes on the instant pot
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Completed rice
Completed rice
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Note: Missing photo of uncooked grain in the cooker.

 
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Take 2.  Made rice in the instant pot tonight.  4 cups raw rice: 4 cups water, 12 minutes on high pressure.  
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In cooker before cooking
In cooker before cooking
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All done!
All done!
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Measured. 4 cups
Measured. 4 cups
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I cooked brown rice 8n the instant pot!

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2 cups uncooked rice.

This is my first attempt at a BB. I’m wondering if it really is this simple to submit an entry.

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We've been doing rice regularly the last few months, but this was the first time I took pictures to post for the BB.
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In the pot
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Midcooking
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The finished rice
The finished rice
 
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