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As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra uncooked/raw long
grain wild rice that needs long-term storage. Usually, I save what I
have on hand in a small Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored
in a cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice in
the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts & pecans? If freezing
uncooked wild rice is not a good idea, why's that?

Sky

P.S. Yes, I did google but the hits given weren't very helpful =8/

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On Mar 13, 2:06*pm, Sky > wrote:
> As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra uncooked/raw long
> grain wild rice that needs long-term storage. *Usually, I save what I
> have on hand in a small Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored
> in a cupboard. *Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice in
> the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts & pecans? *If freezing
> uncooked wild rice is not a good idea, why's that?
>
> Sky
>
> P.S. *Yes, I did google but the hits given weren't very helpful =8/
>
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How long do you plan to store it? If it's not more than a few months
it should be fine in the pantry. You can freeze it but it keeps just
fine stored in an airtight container.
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Sky > wrote:

> As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra uncooked/raw long
> grain wild rice that needs long-term storage. Usually, I save what I
> have on hand in a small Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored
> in a cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice in
> the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts & pecans? If freezing
> uncooked wild rice is not a good idea, why's that?
>
> Sky
>
> P.S. Yes, I did google but the hits given weren't very helpful =8/


I keep mine in the plastic bag it is in when I buy it and I keep the
bag/s in an airtight container (glass or Lock 'n' Lock) in my dry
storage cupboard in the kitchen.

The guy I buy it from says it'll keep forever like that.

If I'm going to freeze it, I cook it first and bag in 2-cup portions.


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Melba's wrote on Sat, 13 Mar 2010 16:35:07 -0600:

>> As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra
>> uncooked/raw long grain wild rice that needs long-term
>> storage. Usually, I save what I have on hand in a small
>> Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored in a
>> cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice
>> in the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts &
>> pecans? If freezing uncooked wild rice is not a good idea,
>> why's that?
>>
>> Sky
>>
>> P.S. Yes, I did google but the hits given weren't very
>> helpful =8/


> I keep mine in the plastic bag it is in when I buy it and I
> keep the bag/s in an airtight container (glass or Lock 'n'
> Lock) in my dry storage cupboard in the kitchen.


> The guy I buy it from says it'll keep forever like that.


> If I'm going to freeze it, I cook it first and bag in 2-cup
> portions.


I keep wild rice in a plastic screw top jar at room temperature and,
like you say, it seems to keep for ever.



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Melba's Jammin' wrote:
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> In article >,
> Sky > wrote:
>
> > As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra uncooked/raw long
> > grain wild rice that needs long-term storage. Usually, I save what I
> > have on hand in a small Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored
> > in a cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice in
> > the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts & pecans? If freezing
> > uncooked wild rice is not a good idea, why's that?
> >
> > Sky
> >
> > P.S. Yes, I did google but the hits given weren't very helpful =8/

>
> I keep mine in the plastic bag it is in when I buy it and I keep the
> bag/s in an airtight container (glass or Lock 'n' Lock) in my dry
> storage cupboard in the kitchen.
>
> The guy I buy it from says it'll keep forever like that.
>
> If I'm going to freeze it, I cook it first and bag in 2-cup portions.


Good to know. Thanks I'll keep cooked wild rice in the freezer, but
I didn't know if that was a good way to store it uncooked.

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> On Mar 13, 2:06 pm, Sky > wrote:
> > As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra uncooked/raw long
> > grain wild rice that needs long-term storage. Usually, I save what I
> > have on hand in a small Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored
> > in a cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice in
> > the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts & pecans? If freezing
> > uncooked wild rice is not a good idea, why's that?

>
> How long do you plan to store it? If it's not more than a few months
> it should be fine in the pantry. You can freeze it but it keeps just
> fine stored in an airtight container.


Thanks No telling how long it'll get stored, but it'll be a good six
months or a lot longer!

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James Silverton wrote:
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> Melba's wrote on Sat, 13 Mar 2010 16:35:07 -0600:
>
> >> As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra
> >> uncooked/raw long grain wild rice that needs long-term
> >> storage. Usually, I save what I have on hand in a small
> >> Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored in a
> >> cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice
> >> in the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts &
> >> pecans? If freezing uncooked wild rice is not a good idea,
> >> why's that?

>
> > I keep mine in the plastic bag it is in when I buy it and I
> > keep the bag/s in an airtight container (glass or Lock 'n'
> > Lock) in my dry storage cupboard in the kitchen.

>
> > The guy I buy it from says it'll keep forever like that.

>
> > If I'm going to freeze it, I cook it first and bag in 2-cup
> > portions.

>
> I keep wild rice in a plastic screw top jar at room temperature and,
> like you say, it seems to keep for ever.


One can never have too many plastic screw top containers Thanks.

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Christine Dabney wrote:
> On Sat, 13 Mar 2010 16:35:07 -0600, Melba's Jammin'
> > wrote:
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>
>> If I'm going to freeze it, I cook it first and bag in 2-cup portions.

>
> I keep uncooked brown rice in the freezer...no problems at all with
> it.
>
>




I do, too, along with all other foods that might become rancid if
unused for long.

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"Sky" > wrote in message
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> As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra uncooked/raw long
> grain wild rice that needs long-term storage. Usually, I save what I
> have on hand in a small Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored
> in a cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice in
> the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts & pecans? If freezing
> uncooked wild rice is not a good idea, why's that?
>
> Sky
>
>


No problem just storing it in the pantry. If it makes you feel better, put
it in a zip-lock bag or in a rubbermaid storage container. It won't go bad.

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"Michael \"Dog3\"" > wrote:

> Sky > :
> in rec.food.cooking
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> > As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra uncooked/raw long
> > grain wild rice that needs long-term storage. Usually, I save what I
> > have on hand in a small Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored
> > in a cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice in
> > the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts & pecans? If freezing
> > uncooked wild rice is not a good idea, why's that?
> >
> > Sky
> >
> > P.S. Yes, I did google but the hits given weren't very helpful =8/

>
> I keep it in a ziploc bag and then put it in an airtight container. I have
> frozen it before (properly wrapped of course) and it froze well. No
> problems with freezing the uncooked rice.
>
> Michael


I've also frozen all types of rice, and beans too. Works a treat! :-)
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> "Michael \"Dog3\"" > wrote:
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> > Sky > :
> > in rec.food.cooking
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> > > As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra uncooked/raw long
> > > grain wild rice that needs long-term storage. Usually, I save what I
> > > have on hand in a small Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored
> > > in a cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice in
> > > the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts & pecans? If freezing
> > > uncooked wild rice is not a good idea, why's that?

> >
> > I keep it in a ziploc bag and then put it in an airtight container. I have
> > frozen it before (properly wrapped of course) and it froze well. No
> > problems with freezing the uncooked rice.

>
> I've also frozen all types of rice, and beans too. Works a treat! :-)


Thanks, Michael & Om. That's what I figured It's good to be sure
and get confirmation, though!

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> > In article >,
> > "Michael \"Dog3\"" > wrote:
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> > > Sky >
> > > :
> > > in rec.food.cooking
> > >
> > > > As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra uncooked/raw long
> > > > grain wild rice that needs long-term storage. Usually, I save what I
> > > > have on hand in a small Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored
> > > > in a cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice in
> > > > the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts & pecans? If
> > > > freezing
> > > > uncooked wild rice is not a good idea, why's that?
> > >
> > > I keep it in a ziploc bag and then put it in an airtight container. I
> > > have
> > > frozen it before (properly wrapped of course) and it froze well. No
> > > problems with freezing the uncooked rice.

> >
> > I've also frozen all types of rice, and beans too. Works a treat! :-)

>
> Thanks, Michael & Om. That's what I figured It's good to be sure
> and get confirmation, though!
>
> Sky


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> "Michael \"Dog3\"" > wrote:
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>> Sky >
>> :
>> in rec.food.cooking
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>> > As the topic line says ..... I have a bit of extra uncooked/raw long
>> > grain wild rice that needs long-term storage. Usually, I save what I
>> > have on hand in a small Ziploc hard-plastic, twist-top container stored
>> > in a cupboard. Do y'all think I should save the surplus wild rice in
>> > the freezer as I would nuts like almonds, walnuts & pecans? If
>> > freezing
>> > uncooked wild rice is not a good idea, why's that?
>> >
>> > Sky
>> >
>> > P.S. Yes, I did google but the hits given weren't very helpful =8/

>>
>> I keep it in a ziploc bag and then put it in an airtight container. I
>> have
>> frozen it before (properly wrapped of course) and it froze well. No
>> problems with freezing the uncooked rice.
>>
>> Michael

>
> I've also frozen all types of rice, and beans too. Works a treat! :-)
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I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?

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> I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
> Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?
>
> Jill


Not all of us go thru dry goods that quickly. Some of my rice is at
least 3 years old. Some of the beans, well, I've no idea how old they
are. Maybe 8 years or so?

It preserves them longer and, yes, prevents weevils.
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>> I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
>> Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?
>>
>> Jill

>
> Not all of us go thru dry goods that quickly. Some of my rice is at
> least 3 years old. Some of the beans, well, I've no idea how old they
> are. Maybe 8 years or so?
>
> It preserves them longer and, yes, prevents weevils.
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I don't go through any dry goods "that quickly". Beans and rice, they're
dry but not oily so I don't freeze them. No weevils here unless it's flour
or cornmeal; those I do freeze.

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> > In article >,
> > "jmcquown" > wrote:
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> >> I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
> >> Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?
> >>
> >> Jill

> >
> > Not all of us go thru dry goods that quickly. Some of my rice is at
> > least 3 years old. Some of the beans, well, I've no idea how old they
> > are. Maybe 8 years or so?
> >
> > It preserves them longer and, yes, prevents weevils.
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> >

>
> I don't go through any dry goods "that quickly". Beans and rice, they're
> dry but not oily so I don't freeze them. No weevils here unless it's flour
> or cornmeal; those I do freeze.
>
> Jill


Weevils are a real consideration here. Unfortunately...
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"jmcquown" > wrote:
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> I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
> Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?


I keep my 2lb bags of popping corn and coarse ground corn meal in my
freezer because frozen corn pops better in my air popper and I bought
my coarse cornmeal at a Hispanic market (nuff said). All other dry
vittles are stored in air tight jars in the pantry. Some seven years
ago when I first moved here someone in MN sent me a 10 lb sack of very
nice wild rice. The label said to store in a air tight container at
room temperature for up to 10 years. To date I've only used about two
pounds. The remainder looks perfectly fine and I doubt I will be
tossing any in the trash come ten years.... it's not even in a
jar/tin, its in a doubled zip-loc... I think dry foods store better
with little air space, I also use those oxygen absorbing packets, they
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> On Sun, 14 Mar 2010 15:37:56 -0400, "jmcquown" >
> wrote:
>
>
>> I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
>> Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?
>>
>> Jill

>
> For me, I freeze the types of rice that tend to go rancid, like brown
> rice. Also barley and other whole grains, as they tend to go rancid
> too, if not used within a shorter period than say grains without the
> bran.


I may be sorry when the apocalypse comes, but I don't buy shelf-stable
food in such quantities that it would have to be frozen. It makes no
sense to me, when they're so plentiful and easy to get.

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On Thu, 18 Mar 2010 17:06:13 -0700, Serene Vannoy
> wrote:

>Christine Dabney wrote:
>> On Sun, 14 Mar 2010 15:37:56 -0400, "jmcquown" >
>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>> I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
>>> Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?
>>>
>>> Jill

>>
>> For me, I freeze the types of rice that tend to go rancid, like brown
>> rice. Also barley and other whole grains, as they tend to go rancid
>> too, if not used within a shorter period than say grains without the
>> bran.

>
>I may be sorry when the apocalypse comes, but I don't buy shelf-stable
>food in such quantities that it would have to be frozen. It makes no
>sense to me, when they're so plentiful and easy to get.


For some people it makes perfect sense. Often even when purchased in
small quantities many folks simply don't use up such items before
they'll go rancid... just recently I tossed the remainder of a one
pound bag of brown rice out in my yard because when I went to use it I
detected a slight musty smell, it was only in my freezer some twenty
years. Conversely I buy buckwheat in 50 pound sacks and store it at
room temperature because I will use it all in less than two years,
besides the fact that it would nearly fill my entire freezer. I also
keep all my bulk spices/herbs in my freezer, they simply stay more
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> Christine Dabney wrote:
>> On Sun, 14 Mar 2010 15:37:56 -0400, "jmcquown" >
>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>> I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
>>> Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?
>>>
>>> Jill

>>
>> For me, I freeze the types of rice that tend to go rancid, like brown
>> rice. Also barley and other whole grains, as they tend to go rancid
>> too, if not used within a shorter period than say grains without the
>> bran.

>
> I may be sorry when the apocalypse comes, but I don't buy shelf-stable
> food in such quantities that it would have to be frozen. It makes no sense
> to me, when they're so plentiful and easy to get.
>

You cool, the pocalips is already here dood. AND I HAVE ENOUGH BLACK BEANS
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> "Serene Vannoy" > wrote in message
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>> Christine Dabney wrote:
>>> On Sun, 14 Mar 2010 15:37:56 -0400, "jmcquown" >
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
>>>> Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?
>>>>
>>>> Jill
>>>
>>> For me, I freeze the types of rice that tend to go rancid, like brown
>>> rice. Also barley and other whole grains, as they tend to go rancid
>>> too, if not used within a shorter period than say grains without the
>>> bran.

>>
>> I may be sorry when the apocalypse comes, but I don't buy shelf-stable
>> food in such quantities that it would have to be frozen. It makes no
>> sense to me, when they're so plentiful and easy to get.
>>

> You cool, the pocalips is already here dood. AND I HAVE ENOUGH BLACK BEANS
> FOR EVERYBODY.


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On Fri, 19 Mar 2010 00:31:46 -0400, cybercat wrote:

> "Serene Vannoy" > wrote in message
> ...
>> Christine Dabney wrote:
>>> On Sun, 14 Mar 2010 15:37:56 -0400, "jmcquown" >
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
>>>> Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?
>>>>
>>>> Jill
>>>
>>> For me, I freeze the types of rice that tend to go rancid, like brown
>>> rice. Also barley and other whole grains, as they tend to go rancid
>>> too, if not used within a shorter period than say grains without the
>>> bran.

>>
>> I may be sorry when the apocalypse comes, but I don't buy shelf-stable
>> food in such quantities that it would have to be frozen. It makes no sense
>> to me, when they're so plentiful and easy to get.
>>

> You cool, the pocalips is already here dood. AND I HAVE ENOUGH BLACK BEANS
> FOR EVERYBODY.


shee-it. i have a stockpile of r.c. cola and moon pie.

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>> "Serene Vannoy" > wrote in message
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>>> Christine Dabney wrote:
>>>> On Sun, 14 Mar 2010 15:37:56 -0400, "jmcquown" >
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> I don't understand the reason for freezing uncooked rice, beans, etc.
>>>>> Unless you have a problem with bugs, what is the point?
>>>>>
>>>>> Jill
>>>>
>>>> For me, I freeze the types of rice that tend to go rancid, like brown
>>>> rice. Also barley and other whole grains, as they tend to go rancid
>>>> too, if not used within a shorter period than say grains without the
>>>> bran.
>>>
>>> I may be sorry when the apocalypse comes, but I don't buy shelf-stable
>>> food in such quantities that it would have to be frozen. It makes no
>>> sense
>>> to me, when they're so plentiful and easy to get.
>>>

>> You cool, the pocalips is already here dood. AND I HAVE ENOUGH BLACK
>> BEANS
>> FOR EVERYBODY.

>
> shee-it. i have a stockpile of r.c. cola and moon pie.
>

dem moonpies keep, nayah. Why are we doing southernblacktalk? Ain't no
blackfolk eat blackbeans, that's whitefolk food.


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