white rice

NOUN
  1. having husk or outer brown layers removed
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  • The Sichuan Wonton with Red Oil was once again luscious perfection (the sauce is too good to waste and so I add a few forkfuls of their (somehow) delicately seasoned plain white rice to soak up the sauce when done. NJ Dining: Chengdu 1 (UPDATED August 2009)
  • Brown rice takes longer to cook but it doesn't clump together as easily as white rice.
  • The "brown rice" traditionally served in the Parsee meal is white rice which is browned by the addition of caramelized sugar, but I made "real" brown rice, because it is so much healthier, and because it goes perfect with the dhansak. Archive 2006-06-01
  • Whereas in central and southern Thailand polished white rice is eaten, in the north and northeast people eat glutinous or sticky rice.
  • I tried a ribeye steak with mixed vegetables and salad and chicken satay on white rice.
  • Avoid processed products as much as possible, especially white flour and white rice. Bad Breath
  • Nihan pointed out a popular dish where a raw egg is mixed with hot white rice and soy sauce.
  • White rice will come out greenish and have a sourish aftertaste; black rice should produce a juicy tapé.
  • Weakly acidic food: white rice, peanut, beer, alcohol, oil fried tofu, sea weed, clam, octopus, catfish.
  • Some of the chicks that he was using developed a characteristic leg weakness (polyneuritis), but only, he discovered, when they were being fed on cooked white rice left over from the hospitalized soldiers 'meals. The Nobel Prize and the Discovery of Vitamins
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