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I cooked some quinoa this evening, 2 dry cups of quinoa made nearly 8 cups cooked. I cooked them in 1/2 water and 1/2 chicken broth.

The last picture, the container has cup markings, I'm gesturing towards the 1c and 2c levels.

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Cooking quinoa on stovetop
Cooking quinoa on stovetop
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Cooked quinoa in pot
Cooked quinoa in pot
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Leftover quinoa measured: 6 cups
Leftover quinoa measured: 6 cups
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I cooked some rice to go with dinner tonight.

1 cup of white rice
1 3/4 cup of liquid (about half and half homemade lamb stock and water)
4 pinches of salt
A couple of bay leaves

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Rice cooking in the pan
Rice cooking in the pan
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Finished rice
Finished rice
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I cooked some foraged wild rice tonight.  It made about 8 cups of finished rice.
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Here is my BB attempt!


Rice
Water
A little butter



Cooked Rice... Yay!
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Oh man i wish Otis could taste this!
2 cups basmati rice fried dry in bacon fat and olive oil
Then drowned in chicken stock add a little cumin cayenne pepper onion powder garlic powder oregano black pepper salt and chili oil
And the tiniest bit of mustard powder to make the oil  mix into the stock. Covered and allowed to steam until the stock is fully absorbed makes this frugal staple a meal for kings!
oh and don't forget to top with butter before serving!
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Start
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Mid cooking
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Finished product
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I merged your stuff with the following thread. I hope that is okay by you.
 
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I made “golden coconut rice” today, which is something I just made up.

I had some spices (ginger, turmeric, cinnamon, black pepper, dates) left over from making golden milk earlier today, so I decided to reuse them in a decoction (simmered about 30 min) of the remaining coconut milk topped off with water as the rice cooking liquid.

I added salt, extra black pepper, and about a teaspoon of turmeric to the cooking liquid for flavor and to make it a pretty golden color.
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2 c dry basmati rice
2 c dry basmati rice
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Decocting the cooking liquid
Decocting the cooking liquid
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Strained cooking liquid
Strained cooking liquid
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Toasting the rice in coconut oil
Toasting the rice in coconut oil
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Adding the cooking liquid
Adding the cooking liquid
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Covered on low
Covered on low
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Adding some turmeric while cooking to make it golden
Adding some turmeric while cooking to make it golden
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Finished rice
Finished rice
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