In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we’ll share some tasty ways to get the most out of an appliance that most people consider to be single-use: the rice cooker.
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Here’s what we mention in this episode:
- The Kitchn
- To cook other grains in your rice cooker, simply use the same grain-water ratio that you would use for cooking them on the stove. The Whole Grains Council website has a good reference chart: Cooking Whole Grains
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Recipe of the Week
Quotes of the Week
A simple act of kindness the size of a rice grain can weigh as heavy as a mountain.
— Feroz Bham
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Peace and Veggies,
Vickie and Larissa