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Old 09-11-2007, 03:50 PM   #21
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Really? I find that using fresh rice makes the fried rice seem a bit mushy... then again, maybe it's just me. I've never cooked rice in a pot. Have always depended on the good old rice cooker.
If I cook the rice by like I boil potatoes or pasta (just pour the rice into a large pot of boiling water, then drain when done) and then try to stir-fry it, it doesn’t work well. But when I cook the rice as mentioned, it works. The rice is firmer, and holds up well. Also, the key is to make sure the rice is cold before you stir-fry!
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And by the time it gets cold, it IS leftover rice!

LOL! So it is!!
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And by the time it gets cold, it IS leftover rice!
LOL!

Yeah......I guess you could look at it that way!
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