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    I normally use the two to one method but I add some star anise,cloves and a tiny bit cinnamon stick just so I can sit back and watch the family crack all their teeth(hey,mine are plastic I can chew through anything)...

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    I am 73 tears old and will try your method Hypersonic I am a great beleaver in never to old to learn It sounds interesting and the Termeric is new to me sounds good
    chasw66 the 66 is the age when I started into computers

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    Good on you chas ~ I'm 77 this year and still making great boiled rice. You can rinse the rice before cooking or add spice if you want ~ it's up to you ~ if you read the whoole thread you have lots of + an minus comments ~ just remember it's 15 mins for basmati and 20 mins for long grain rice, then rinse with boiling water. ~ carry on cooking !

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    If you're bored with plain rice, you can add chicken, Chinese rice wine or medium-dry sherry, sesame oil, and ginger to make rice porridge. Top with scallions for extra flavour.

 

 
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