To be honest, this thread is making me think of popcorn, not rice. Though I am liking the whole "rice, butter and cinnamon" idea.
And it makes me glad I'm not out there dating right now, too. Holy crap, that some scary gene pool.
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Has anyone tried popped rice from the Korean supermarket? They have this awesome machine that pops out rice cakes fresh from rice. I want to get one, but I'd probably snack on that way too often...
Or freshly ground rice flour. For mochi. Mmmmm...
Disclaimer: I eat 'meat and vegetables' ala Primal, although I don't agree with the carb curve. I like Perfect Health Diet and WAPF Lactofermentation a lot.
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OMG red bean mochi are one of my favourite treats.
And rice with butter and cinnamon is lovely. I usually eat rice as a substrate for things like curry or stirfry, but I will sometimes do dessert-y rice things. Also, kheer. Cardamom makes me happy.
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Well, for starters, eating a ton of vegetables and fruit was one major trigger for my IBS flares...which I was able to stop by cutting out most of the veggies and replacing them with...RICE. The horror.
There are MANY reasons why people might need to do something different that what you are doing.
Seriously guys, getting 100% of your carbs from "non-starchy" (who cares?) veg is barely enough glucose to power your brain.
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I just started reading this thread, from back to front, and I'm already taking offense.Seriously guys, getting 100% of your carbs from "non-starchy" (who cares?) veg is barely enough glucose to power your brain.