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This is from a blog I read regularly, and I think it's really interesting. I gave up on brown rice a long time ago, as no one else in the family would eat it. But if you eat it, here's possibly a better way to soak.
 

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Originally Posted by Junegoddess View Post
This is from a blog I read regularly, and I think it's really interesting. I gave up on brown rice a long time ago, as no one else in the family would eat it. But if you eat it, here's possibly a better way to soak.
Have you tried this method yourself? Will your family eat it if it is done this way?
 

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Thank you for giving a link to a great blog. I was reading there, all day!
: I am definitely adding it to my favourites.
 

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This looks like a great blog, and really a great alternative for those of us with dairy free people in our families. ACV and lemon juice leave that drastically noticeable sour taste. I bet this wouldn't. It could also cut costs on the lemons and ACV I have to buy. Thanks for posting this!
 

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Have you tried this method yourself? Will your family eat it if it is done this way?
I haven't tried it myself yet. It's the stronger flavor of brown rice that my family dislikes. I at least always make my white rice with chicken broth for most of the liquid... so there are more nutrients than plain ol' white.

And, yes, I love that blog. I stumbled across it from another blog... I think it was this one.
 

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Junegoddess, that last link you posted looks really interesting! I'm bookmarking and will read when I have time. I especially like what he has to say about his mom and diabetes.

About the original post, I will try this method of soaking my rice the next time I make it. We usually just eat white rice, soaked and rinsed, but I do like the flavor of brown rice, too.
 
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