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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Opinions on canned chicken and Minute Rice? [R]1 year, 11 months agoDuches5 posted submission on fitmeals.
Aug. 20, 2017
Hey guys long time lurker first time poster for the busy man who has to be on the road a lot if I were to rinse the chicken under the water to get rid of some sodium and is there anything considerably wrong with Minute Rice? And other shelve and pantry foods
Aug. 21, 2017
Owners of 3 cup rice cookers (that is the tiniest size) - what is the smallest amount of rice that will cook properly? [R]2 years, 6 months agoJan. 11, 2017
Jan. 11, 2017
I had a 3-cup (cooked) black and decker rice cooker that could go down to half a cup (raw) pretty reliably, though the bottom would sometimes be a bit crisp if I didn't turn in off right after the rice was finished. It was like $20 for the cooker, I think.
If you don't eat rice super often, maybe try these. The portion size is quite good, and so is the taste/consistency. I'm not sure about the starch issue though.
[INFO] 160517 I.O.I's Somi has been appointed as the new model for 'CJ Alaska Salmon',CF shooting finished on May 15 [R]3 years, 2 months agoMay 17, 2016
College grocery list suggestions [R]3 years, 11 months agoAug. 2, 2015
Heading off for the first time to the dorms in two weeks, and am currently thinking over my food options outside of the cafeteria (I've got 14 meals a week on my plan, as well as $375 supplemental cash for university vendors).
I'm gonna be prepping possibly 1 meal a day by myself, and will also, without a doubt, be snacking. I've got a $100 Walmart giftcard I'd like to spend as efficiently as possible on food, presumably on staples that will last me most of the semester. How would this subreddit suggest delegating this? What got you through college?
If it means anything, I'll only have a fridge and a microwave. And maybe a kettle.
TIFU by realizing I've been cooking rice the wrong way for almost forty years [R]4 years, 1 month agotasharanee posted submission on tifu.
June 2, 2015
Yeah, it's pretty much a "half of my life" fuck up.
I do all the cooking at home, and I love it. But I'd always been frustrated that whenever I made rice, it always came out in sticky clumps, never the lovely fluffy clouds that I wanted.
Why? I never rinsed the rice grains beforehand.
Just last weekend I finally did this and voila: a bowl of fluffy delicious rice that doesn't have the texture of freshly mixed epoxy.
Yep, I've been making shitty rice for almost four (edit: three) decades until I finally realized that I should probably follow the directions. 5 extra minutes of extremely easy prep, and I was too fucking lazy to bother.
Damn, I'm dumb! And stubborn! And lazy!
Better late than never, I guess.
Edit 1: I should have clarified that I usually on buy Basmati or Jasmine rice from Trader Joe's. Don't know how much of a difference rinsing would make with other kinds. BTW, it should be about thirty years. Yeah, I can't tell time either! I'll be forty six in July.
Edit 2: HOLY CRAP. Front page! What a great feeling to know that such horrendous apathy unabated for decades could reap such ephemeral rewards. I feel like Patrick Star!
What are some college life pro tips? [R]4 years, 10 months agoUserM16 posted submission on AskReddit.
Aug. 24, 2014
I'm starting college in a few weeks and I'm a bit nervous. My high school was... decent at best, and I'm not sure that I was adequately prepared. So I'm hoping to get Reddit's help. What are some tips (having to do with the academic aspect, social, whatever) that have helped you through college, and especially your freshman year? In other words, LPTs for college life!