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This Is For All My Asain Niggaz !

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  1. Tonyd0821

    Tonyd0821 Banned

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    ok. i like rice, not the car but the actual food "rice"

    back in high school, i used to hang out with a grip of koreans
    and whenever i went over to their houses, their parents had a rice cooker.

    thats the only type of rice i like. its like white, sticky and puffy and goes
    good with seaweed.

    can anyone tell me where to get the sticky white rice the koreans or asians use?
    im sick of paying 7.00 for a friggen beef bowl just to eat the rice.
    and if i eat that unlce bens or san francisco treat shit one more time
    im going to hurl

    and where do they usually carry the rice? what store? :D
     
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    dohcvtec_accord WRX Sellout

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    Try Pep Boys.

    :D :p
     
  3. Tonyd0821

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    needs more msg :lol:
     
  4. lsvtec hatch93

    lsvtec hatch93 Senior Member

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    are you talkng about sticky rice that you roll into a ball and eat? you have t buy gelatinous or gulatinous ricei dont know the spelling. soak it in water then steam it.
     
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    Tonyd0821 Banned

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    YES. i love that rice.

    do i have to goto an asian store to get it? or will.....albertsons or whoever carry it?

    and does it HAVE to be cooked in a rice cooker? or can i boil it?
     
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    lsvtec GNU/Linux Evangelist

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    No you don't have to go to an Asian store. You want short grain rice as opposed to long grain. I can get it at Albertsons here. It will work fine on the stove. You cook it the same way you do long grain.
     
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    refrain from putting "niggaz" in the topic of threads. lol.
     
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    dohcvtec_accord WRX Sellout

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    Why? I thought we were equal opportunity offenders here at HS. Chinks, gooks, wops, spics, krauts, towelheads, we've got them all. :lol:
     
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    lol. The saftey of the computer screen exposes everyones racist side. :p
     
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    dohcvtec_accord WRX Sellout

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    Who's racist? I'm half-greaseball myself.
     
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    you forgot cracka's, honkys, wetbacks, sand niggers, and the rest. :p
     
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    haha im just kidding around
     
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    Thanks honky. :D
     
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    try Fiesta if they have it where you live. Food from all around the world. If not just go to whatever serves as a Little China in your city and hit up those little corner marts you see a bunch of locals hittin up.
     
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    Damn ya'lls crackers is whack!!!
     
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    Read a couple of posts up:

    Most chain grocery stores will carry it.
     
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    likbefore its a special kind of rice called gluten or somthing similar to that. it has to be steamed not boiled. boiling will ruine it. put it in a bamboo basket over boiling water to cook it
     
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    If that is so, then why does short grain rice work fine on the stove for me? My girlfriend and I have made rice balls and Oni Giri with rice cooked on the stove. When she was in Japan last summer they just used a rice cooker. If you have the money and eat a lot of rice, one of these ia great investment, but you don't have to go through the trouble of steaming it.
     
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    put water into a bigger pot over the stove, and at first soak the white rice....then steam it..pretty much put it into a nother pan and place THAT over the bigger pot with water...walla steamed rice
     
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    I cant belive we are posting about cooking on a car site :lol:

    Anyways, I use basmati rice, can buy it at alot of places, costco had it once. Put 2 cups of that, water (forgot off hand the amount) and a little butter (to keep it seperated) and put in the microwave on low for 20 or so minutes. Makes great streamed rice (however, not very sticky)
     
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