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  • But, he said, any cooked long- or medium-grain rice works fine.

    Calas (Rice Fritters) With Apple, Currant and Celery Salad

  • Short-grain brown rice is a little hard to find, but what you do see in the supermarket is the generic kind, which might be either short- or medium-grain.

    The Food Matters Cookbook

  • Long-grain rice gives you separate, tender, fluffy grains; short- and medium-grain rice yield rice that is a little denser and with a little more chew.

    Daisy’s Holiday Cooking

  • Unmilled rice that still contains its bran, germ, and nutrient-rich layers, brown rice may be long-grain, short/medium-grain or one of the aromatics.

    The City Cook

  • This medium-grain Chinese black rice cooks to a firm texture, nutty flavor, and deep purple, almost black, color.

    The City Cook

  • Hence most recipes call for short - or medium-grain “pudding” rice, generically called japonica, which gives up its starch much more easily and sticks together, as in sushi and risotto.

    Northern Comfort

  • Last year, with the price of medium-grain rice at record highs, farmers were eager to grow as much as they could.

    Drought Turns Water Into a Cash Crop

  • Use short - or medium-grain rice, and to make it even easier, the precooked (not instant) rice, also works out nicely.

    Seafood seasoning

  • But it does import 235,000 tons of short and medium-grain rice, including rice powder, from the United States and 17,000 tons of processed rice products, which unfortunately, may be "accidentally" contaminated with GM rice.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Short- and medium-grain japonicas are the preferred types in north China, Japan, and Korea.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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