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Yellow Rice.

Discussion in 'Survival/Preparedness Forum' started by kirgi08, May 7, 2012.


  1. kirgi08

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    Took some 8yo rice and found out the way ta "use" conserve it was water usage.The older the rice =s the cooking method and a open water supply.

    Custom "rice" is a nice thing.The ability of use is just a idea away.'08. :eat:
     

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    Being that we regularly eat old rice from the early 90's, I think what he is trying to say is that it cooks up quicker.

    It probably wasn't "yellow" rice when he packed it. If packed without mylar and oxygen absorbers, WHITE rice will "yellow" over time from oxidation.

    We displayed that previously on videos we did on youtube "Long term food storage results".

    At least I think that's what he is talking about.
     
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    Folks,it was packaged "saffron"/yellow rice,"vigo" ect.Cook it fast and/the detriment add olive/canola oil.It was a test and moderate term/time it stores well,long term is sketchy.'08.
     
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    yo = spanish for I

    8 = cantonese sounding word for money - rice the clue

    ta = english slang for goodbye,

    older rice = physical gold

    water usage = easy, fast

    open water usage = easy to trade

    custom rice = gold ETFs

    Let me interpret.

    I spent found I spend money too easily and with inflation it is gone (ta - goodbye).

    Physical gold last longer (cooking expands rice) and there is an easy 'open' market for it.

    Gold ETFs are another way of handling it.
     
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    Can't eat it,I'll stick ta rice.'08.
     
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    You know.. even with clarification from the OP...

    still... wait.. what?
     
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    After a few I understood.
     
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