A Simple Trick to Reduce Calories in Rice by Half - A Must Watch Video

Regardless of culture or background, most people have eaten rice – unlike delicacies such as oysters; rice is a common staple that’s known worldwide. Some consider it an important side dish in a nightly meal. Master chefs – or grandmothers - can take these little morsels and add just the right ingredients to make it melt in your mouth.

Yet many Americans are consuming way too much rice. While its tasty, too much sodium coupled with too much saturated fat equals one thing: too many calories. Habits like these have triggered an epidemic of obesity. One reason could be that for most households, it’s very economical. The down side is that one single cup contains 240 calories. Starch calories don’t sit idly --- they convert to sugar, which turns into fat. Starchy foods like rice can also increase a person’s risk of diabetes.

In today’s video we’ll head to the kitchen to try a new way to cook rice which will reduce the calories.

Cooking Instructions:

- Boil a pan of water
- Add 1 tsp of cooking oil
- Stir in ½ cup of rice
- Simmer 40 minutes, or until the rice is fully cooked (or boil rice 20-25 minutes)
- Place in a sealed container in the refrigerator for 12 hours before serving.

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