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    "I am Asian watch me roar, in numbers too great to ignore..."



    Who better to respond to a rice thread?

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    I'm not Asian... I live in Japan. I'll post. I eat a lot of white short grain rice. How couldn't I? It's everywhere. Sometimes we mix brown rice in. There are some fancy brands that people pay a lot of money for but to tell the truth I am all about the okazu (main dish).

    Who likes mochi?

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    Insane about mochi, especially mochi ice cream!

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    I looooooooooooooooove mochi over green tea ice cream!!! mmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    "I am Asian watch me roar, in numbers too great to ignore..."



    Who better to respond to a rice thread?
    I might be missing something here, but why are Asians supposed to understand rice better than anyone else? Hasn't rice always been pretty much everywhere?

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    not really Ath, kind of, but its always been a main food crop in asian countries for most of their history, where as most of the rest of the world primarily consumed other grains...

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    Try wild rice through brown, or through white.

    I like making a wild rice salad. Put wild rice through white rice (or brown rice, if you prefer). Then put through cranberries, some toasted slivered almonds and coriander. For dressing, use ginger with OJ. This results in a big bowl o' YUM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    Insane about mochi, especially mochi ice cream!
    Yukimi Daifuku? I like coffee daifuku. Coffee syrup and cream wrapped in mochi. My favourite way is toasted mochi with soy sauce wrapped in nori. Isobeyaki.

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    Mochi ice cream is so good!!!

    So about that sticky rice I was talking about...you make it in a special basket called Isan Bamboo Sticky Rice Basket:



    Yum yummmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I might be missing something here, but why are Asians supposed to understand rice better than anyone else? Hasn't rice always been pretty much everywhere?
    It's a play on rice being used to describe asian influence so I'm just goofing around with our stereotype.

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Yukimi Daifuku? I like coffee daifuku. Coffee syrup and cream wrapped in mochi. My favourite way is toasted mochi with soy sauce wrapped in nori. Isobeyaki.
    The former is delicious while the latter I haven't tried. Now I have to try it so thanks for the recommendation!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow View Post
    Mochi ice cream is so good!!!

    So about that sticky rice I was talking about...you make it in a special basket called Isan Bamboo Sticky Rice Basket:



    Yum yummmm
    Yes, that's it! A local restaurant makes a specialty dish where they add corn and a few other ingredients to the rice and then top it with lobster that's been wok fried with their chef's secret ingredients. Absolutely to die for! Heart, heart, heart.

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