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Easy Ways to Cook Whole Grains
Over 20 Ways to Enjoy Whole Grain Goodness
11/11/2010 1:09:16 PM
||I don't cook bulgur - I soak it overnight in the fridge, drain off any remaining water and pop i the microwave for a fast, hot breakfast. The trick is using plenty of water so that it is tender in the morning. Very good.|
6/19/2010 2:01:15 PM
You still did not say how long to cook kamut. I had to cook mine two hours on the stove.
It was like big brown rice and was very good. The grains are big.
4/2/2010 10:38:39 AM
||Wild rice wasn't on the list. It's technically a grass, but I like to cook it with brown rice. It add a different texture. Add fresh vegetables to this combination for a great pilaf.|
4/1/2010 8:48:32 PM
||This was sent out during Passover, so I'll have to pass over it until sometime next week!|
4/1/2010 4:44:10 PM
||Bulgar wheat is another whole grain product that I love!!! Lots of fiber and you can make it with just about anything! :)|
4/1/2010 12:20:47 PM
||Great article!!! It would be nice to see this topic expanded into the area of sprouting and soaking for Raw consumption.|
4/1/2010 11:52:01 AM
||This article is priceless. I never know how much water to use when cooking grains. Now I know. Thank you for the valuable info!!|
2/19/2010 7:53:59 AM
TRACYMC8 said she'd like pictures.
Here is a page with pictures, comparative nutritional info, etc