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    Uncle Ben's Rice in a bag






    If you guys haven't tried this yet, I HIGHLY recommend it.

    You literally just tear open the bag 1inch (there's a little nick in it already so it's a piece of cake to open), throw it in the microwave for 90seconds, and VIOLA!
    They have it in brown whole grain rice, and it was AWESOME
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    how much is it

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    i like the sante fe or fried or spicy or any other higher sodium

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    it's kind of expensive as far as rice is concerned (can't remember the exact price), but the convenience is priceless.
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    Organic brown rice (short or long grain) is good too; it's less than 2 bucks a pound.

    Cook up a couple of cups, store it in the fridge, and you're good to go for a few days. Pop it in the microwave (to re-heat) for less than a minute and it's ready to plate.


    If instant is your gig, then go for it.

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    I only buy it in the Spanish Rice
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    It's perfect for lazy men like me. I buy it at BJ's for $6.99 a six pack. More than worth it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by furion joe
    Cook up a couple of cups, store it in the fridge, and you're good to go for a few days. Pop it in the microwave (to re-heat) for less than a minute and it's ready to plate.
    This is what I do too. I highly recommend it as it is a real time saver. If you plan ahead and start your rice cooker 45 minutes before you want to eat, it is just as convenient as your instant rice. From then on, all you need to do is microwave.

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