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Some types of rice are way healthier than others.
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You don't need a wok for perfectly cooked fried rice, simply preheat a sheet pan, add oil, and use day-old or microwavable rice.
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Extreme flooding and droughts take a major toll on the global supply of wheat, accounting for about 40 percent of the fluctuations in annual yields, a recent study has found. The research gives new we...
Yes, there is arsenic in your rice.
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'It's the ultimate in crunchy golden goodness -- somewhere between fried chicken and popcorn.'
Dinner that takes forever to make? Ain't got time for that.
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FYI it's pronounced pie-yay-a.
Rice is a staple ingredient in a huge range of dishes, from stir fry to curry to sushi. It's carby, delicious and nutritious, too. But is one type healthier for you than others? And is white rice real...
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Salads are great. They’re full of fresh produce, drizzled with delicious dressings and make you feel good about the choices you’re making in life. But there’s a problem. Just an hour or two after eati...
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Rice just doesn’t get enough love. Most of us eat flavour-less parboiled rice or uninspired sides of plain rice or even overcooked take-out rice. But the truth is that rice is a healthy and versatile...
I don't know about you, but if there was a competition for most-used appliance in my kitchen, my waffle iron would easily come in last place. In fact, it wouldn't even be a competition at all -- one l...