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

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here is my 2 cups of rice salt and water in the pot and then the cooked version with cup next to the pot for scale probably 4 cups cooked  i wasent sure if the 2 cups is suposed to be before or after cooking
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rice salt and water
rice salt and water
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all cooked
all cooked
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I used a cup of (mostly) quinoa and (a bit of) amaranth in 2 cups of water, cooked for 20 minutes.

Really simple and good. We often keep some in the fridge to make a bowl with it, a protein, and some ferment.

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quinoa cooking
quinoa cooking
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cooked quinoa
cooked quinoa
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Well, this looks like a good opportunity to do some meal prep.
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Here's the cups pre washing. There's a bit more than this.
Here's the cups pre washing. There's a bit more than this.
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Boiled em in the pot, now to roast in the pan.
Boiled em in the pot, now to roast in the pan.
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Several eggs, plenty of salt, oil, a diced tomato, Sriracha, and onion. Ate some, fridged the rest. There's actually still some rice in the original pot too.
Several eggs, plenty of salt, oil, a diced tomato, Sriracha, and onion. Ate some, fridged the rest. There's actually still some rice in the original pot too.
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I made about three cups of quinoa last night. Finished with fresh tomatoes, olive oil, and salt and served with wild crispy fried Atlantic salmon  
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cooked quinoa with fresh tomatoes, olive oil, and salt and served with wild crispy fried Atlantic salmon
cooked quinoa with fresh tomatoes, olive oil, and salt and served with wild crispy fried Atlantic salmon
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rinsed quinoa
rinsed quinoa
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Here it is folks. The cooking rice on a stovetop video to end all cooking rice on a stovetop videos.
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I hope this is OK for the BB


The rice and the pot


The rice cooking in the pot


The lid has to be on it


Proof: 2 cups of cooked rice. One to eat now, the other goes in the freezer for another day


I know it isn't part of the BB, but the rice needs a sauce ...
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Finally remembered to take a picture of cooking rice on the stove top.

2 cups brown rice
2.5 cups water
1 Tbl lemon juice

Soak rice in water and lemon juice for 8 hours and then cook at low simmer until water is gone.
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Uncooked rice on stove top
Uncooked rice on stove top
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Cooked rice
Cooked rice
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Dinner was super delicious today! Lemon chicken piccata.
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2 cups of rice
2 cups of rice
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cooking rice
cooking rice
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Finished rice
Finished rice
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Here is my submission for the Cook Grain on a Stove Top BB - Food Prep Aspect - sand.

For each method, I kept the recipe simple and repeatable:
  • 2 cups of dry rice
  • 4 cups of water
  • dash or two of salt



  • I used a stovetop!

    To show you've completed this Badge Bit, you must provide:
      - a picture of your grain cooking on the stovetop
      - a picture showing your cooked grain that is obviously at least two cups
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    Stovetop - heating water
    Stovetop - heating water
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    rice added
    rice added
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    ready to go in the fridge - about 4 cups - 1 cup measure in foreground
    ready to go in the fridge - about 4 cups - 1 cup measure in foreground
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