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We lived in Japan and bought a rice cooker. Used it weekly in the US and it lasted 25 years of use. Fast forward to today and WOW have rice cookers changed. I bought the Zojirushi NS-WAC10-WD on eBay for $50 including shipping, and love the timer feature to have rice ready when you want it. Although I've only used it for rice, there are plenty of ...


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Puffed Rice treats can be stored at room temperature in air tight containment (zip-top bag with no air in it), for 1 to 2 days without any ill effect. They keep longer than they last, if you get my drift.


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You can refrigerate them. They turn to bricks, but if take them out of the fridge an hour before eating, they go back to a normal texture. They haven't lasted more than two days for me so I don't know how they will be for longer than that.


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As a Professor who teaches Asian Cuisines, I can assure you that rice noodles cannot be frozen. If you were to freeze them that would disintegrate immediately after hitting the water. If you do have extra rice noodles consider using them in a noodle salad. There are many wonderful rice noodles salads that you can make with little effort.


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Place a Tawa below the vessel, and cook it for 45 minutes in low flame. All problem will be solved. TESTED!!!!


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I reuse large popcorn tins, the kind that prepopped popcorn arrives in. A large tin (~3.5 gallons?) is about the same size as a 25 pound bag of rice. The lid reseals nicely, and I have no problems keeping rice at room temperature for ~9 months, the time it takes me to finish a bag. If it takes you years to finish a bag of rice, you should consider buying a ...


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Please check out the Hot Thai Kitchen You Tube, Pai is showing how to cook Thai Sticky Rice in rice cooker and another method she called it "Steam the Bowl". Her method is that you don't need to soak the sticky rice. Please make sure you use the sticky rice from Thailand. Quick-Fix, No-Soak Sticky Rice หุงข้าวเหนียวแบบไม่แช่ข้าว- HTK Tutorial ...


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Does the sediment "settle" at the bottom of the container if you let it sit for a few hours, undisturbed? If so, it might be an option to use a siphon. We have one for our beer brewing. It looks like this: (image from Amazon) Attach a piece of vinyl tubing to the top and it has a pump action to start the flow. As long as your receptacle is lower than ...


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One technique which seems to be effective at straining out fine sediment is gel clarification with gelatin or agar. Dave Arnold's research on agar clarification culminated in an approach which uses agar, an ice bath, a whisk, a cheesecloth or muslin, and about an hour. Measure out 0.2% agar by weight (as a fraction of your total liquid quantity). Whisk it ...


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I go to bakeries and sub shop to get used 5 gal plastic food grade buckets, icing and cooking oil and pickles are usualy what was in them and go to a big box store like Lowes and get a gamma lid food grade(about 8 dollars)this is a lid you press onto the bucket, a block of wood and hammer, ask store clerk if any question of instalation, This will store 25lbs ...



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