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Old 07-16-2013, 12:51 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by MostlyWater View Post
I can buy delicious rice pudding at the store, like I buy yogurt. It's a 2 pack for a dollar something. But it's made with whole milk, sugar, and white rice. I figure since I have to eat this way until Thanksgiving, I may as well make it myself so it's more nutritious.

I don't want to make a batch of custard and stuff every Sunday, portion it out, and get it to work and then bring home a container to wash. However I can make brown rice and take it in a bag, and I have low fat milk at work. Tomorrow I'll get cinnamon to leave in the office.
I've bought Kozy Shack rice pudding and it's very good. Sometimes the convenience is worth it.

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