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Default Byerly's Wild Rice Soup

On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 15:25:45 -0800 (PST), Nancy2
> wrote:

>Barb, with all due respect, "2 cups wild rice, cooked," means (as written) 2 cups of raw
>Wild rice, then cooked. It is not written correctly, based on the proportions of the other
>ingredients. It should have been written,"2 cups cooked wild rice."
>But I guess I am late to the discussion...I was out in my canoe, trying to find some wild
>rice to harvest. ?

ALL of the recipes in the literature included with my wild rice say
"UNcooked" wild rice, especially for soups... only recipe that says
cooked wild rice is for a meat loaf recipe. Schaller is another one
who has no clue what a comma means, she must have graduated from the
same *junior* high school as the dwarf.