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Cook Grain on a Stove Top - PEP BB food.sand.grain.stove

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We have a big family here so this one is nice and easy!
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Started with a whole kilogram bag (just over 4 cups)
Started with a whole kilogram bag (just over 4 cups)
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All gone!
All gone!
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Cooked alongside a nice curry
Cooked alongside a nice curry
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Resubmission of this one as I missed the one in the process. Used the whoel 1kg bag of rice which equates to roughly over four cups of grain. Thanks for upholding a good quality of standard PEPpers!
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New bag of rice today
New bag of rice today
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On the stove cooking (the one I missed last time)
On the stove cooking (the one I missed last time)
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Finished and alongside a nice curry again
Finished and alongside a nice curry again
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Two cups rice, three cups water, pinch of salt, tablespoon of butter.  (there were a couple scoops taken out before I could snap the 'after' photo, but should still be more than two cups worth of cooked rice)
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I decided to complete this BB using rice. I started with 1 1/2 cups of rice and 3 cups of water. Water was brought to a boil, then turned to a simmer until the water was just about all absorbed. The rice was taken off the heat for a few minutes to absorb the last bit of water, then butter was added and served.
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Water and rice added to the pot.
Water and rice added to the pot.
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Cooking away.
Cooking away.
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Done and ready to serve.
Done and ready to serve.
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Made a simple rice on stovetop, going to eat it with lentils and red beans. Really love rice - could eat a bowl of it by itself! Started with 1/2 cup, washed until water was clear, then added about 1 1/2 cup water to the pan (really just so the water line is slightly above top of rice). Let it get steamy, turned down the heat, waited until the rice soaked up all the water!
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Rice used.
Rice used.
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Rice cooking on stovetop.
Rice cooking on stovetop.
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Bowl of rice!
Bowl of rice!
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I cook most things in cast iron including Mexican-ized Spanish rice. This is a 10.5" skillet so easily 2 cups of finished product.

The first step is to add a little oil to the pan then a layer of rice. Stir it to coat the rice good to prevent sticking. Then crank up the heat fairly high to start toasting the rice. Once the rice starts to turn slightly brown & it smells slightly of toasted rice add the other ingredients. I used garlic, jalapeno & banana peppers, onion, mushrooms, carrots, & tomatoes from last years garden. Spices were cumino, chili powder, cayenne, chili petin, salt, & black pepper. Mix all that together & top off the skillet with water. Once it starts to boil turn the heat way down & cover it. About 20 minutes later it's ready.
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1 cup rice, 2 cups water.

Cooking on the stovetop, it looks brown because we’re using up old dried veg when cooking rice... this time I added dried zucchini, onion powder, and random brassica leaves.

2 cups cooked rice

The meal also involved steamed mustard greens and snow peas from the garden, canned kippers, garden strawberries and localish cream, and apple juice from last year via the freezer.
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1 cup rice, 2 cups water
1 cup rice, 2 cups water
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Cooking on the electric stovetop
Cooking on the electric stovetop
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2 cups cooked rice
2 cups cooked rice
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The meal
The meal
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