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Default Byerly's Wild Rice Soup

On 2014-12-19 01:30:10 +0000, Sqwertz said:

> On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 19:39:53 -0500, Brooklyn1 wrote:
>> 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. ?
>>> N.

>> 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.

> Earlier in the thread you were arguing that it meant cooked wild rice:
> "2 cups COOKED wild rice" means exactly the same as "2 cups wild rice,
> cooked".
> And now here you are trying to take pot shots at Barb who was AGREEING
> with you, yet now you're trying to change your stance saying it means
> uncooked wild rice. Make up your feeble little mind, will ya?

Jesus, where was I agreeing with Sheldon? "2 cups wild rice, cooked"
means you measure 2 cups of raw rice then cook it. I'll have to see
if I can find what I said that has you and Nancy thinking I agree with
Sheldon. Mmmmm, not so much.
Barb, last update April 2013