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Steamed rice

Jen found this at Walmart and I must say it is the best! 4 mins in the microwave and it is perfectly steamed. At $1.20/bag it is the perfect size for a meal with some chicken breast. Fast, inexpensive, healthy (going great with my exercise/nutrition). Our freezer is full of these, probably about 20 bags right now

http://www.biteofthebest.com/steamfr...ng-grain-rice/
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too spendy. Needs to be 25 cents.

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too spendy. Needs to be 25 cents.


cheap bastard.

I sprung $5.35 for a 3 pack of Gohan, microwave pre-cooked japanese rice. Perfect for leftover stirfry at work.

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Koreans have had that for years and years. Welcome to the future round eye.
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lol if you don't have enough time in your life to cook rice...you need to fix your life

$1.20/bag yeow.

vcook is right, you can get bags ranging from 2lb to 100lb and this can be had for pennies per serving rather than dollars

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Dat's wacist!

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Ramen noodles FTW!

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I think Costco or Sam Club has some good deals on bags of microwavable rice.

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A small, cheap rice cooker will make rice in about 15 minutes, real rice for pennies. Why would you pay more to put over processed garbage in your body.

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Ramen noodles FTW!
I don't like Ramen noodles, they taste funny. We've been using a rice cooker for a couple years now. Before my mom used to make it old school on the stove, but now you just put rice and water in the rice cooker and turn it on. 20 min later rice is ready.

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Just the sodium content on pre-cooked rice, especially the flavored stuff.

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Just the sodium content on pre-cooked rice, especially the flavored stuff.
only 5mg/serving
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Never tried their rice, but I do LOVE their steam bags of corn. 5 minutes and your good to go.




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lol if you don't have enough time in your life to cook rice...you need to fix your life

$1.20/bag yeow.

vcook is right, you can get bags ranging from 2lb to 100lb and this can be had for pennies per serving rather than dollars
you've got it all wrong...whether there is time to cook it is a moot point, it's how lazy you are is what determines if this is a good product for you.

I'd buy it

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All I care about when I am at work and not always guaranteed a lunch is that I can make this stuff quick and its yummy.
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All I care about when I am at work and not always guaranteed a lunch is that I can make this stuff quick and its yummy.
You're posting that loaded open ended statement on this board?

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