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When you make your riceball, add a little sesame oil to keep the rice moist overnight, mix it through; shape the rice, and wrap it in plastic and put it in the fridge for the next day. When you reheat the riceball, wet a paper towel or a cotton towel, ring it out so it's damp, place it over your riceballs, and heat it in the microwave for 10-30 second ...


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In my experiments with steamed rice and broken steamed rice so far, I haven't found any disadvantage to soaking rice overnight. The rice can be kept on the kitchen counter-top (no need for refrigeration). The rice absorbs a bit of water, but that didn't seem to make any difference in the cooking. It absorbed the usual amount of water (4 cups water for 1 cup ...


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​ I used to be able to leave rice in the cooker 3 or 4 days. I eat white rice every day. Yes, I eat 4-day old rice left at room temp and never gotten sick. I've replaced several cookers when rice started spoiling too quickly. Sometimes, in less than 1 day. I tried all the remedies out there. Then I tried BLEACH! It's not the water. It's not the rice. ...


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How long to soak rice, that's a good question! The reason it is good to soak your rice overnight, is to leach the arsenic out of it. Arsenic is found in the ground water where rice is grown, naturally collected by the plant, and deposited in the grains as it matures. I read that you can soak the rice or just cook it in 4 times as much water, or whatever ...


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