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    question about bulking sticky?

    hey guys i was wonderin in meal 3 of the bulking sticky it says 1 1/2 cups of brown rice so i was wondering is that uncooked or cooked? and in general when u look up nutrient values of rice are they talking uncooked or cooked? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by musclehead1
    hey guys i was wonderin in meal 3 of the bulking sticky it says 1 1/2 cups of brown rice so i was wondering is that uncooked or cooked? and in general when u look up nutrient values of rice are they talking uncooked or cooked? thanks


    Cooked

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    On the back of bags of rice, measurements usually have (dry) in parentheses.

    Dunno what is meant in other areas though. I always use the dry measurements on the back of the bags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    On the back of bags of rice, measurements usually have (dry) in parentheses.

    Dunno what is meant in other areas though. I always use the dry measurements on the back of the bags.

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    Ditto......but the ammounts I listed in the sticky were all cooked

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    Word, I hear ya on that , but when he said nurtrient values in general (like bags, sites, etc) I found it's usually dry.

    I wish bags and all references would list cooked, it's much easier that way!!!!!

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    Thanks usually the rice that is bought and brought into the house is usually bought in bulk.

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    http://www.calorieking.com/foods/

    Any food, any amount, served any way.... Great site!

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