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    The Victors
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    <font size="4" color="blue" face="Missy BT">14.0pt;font-family:"Missy BT";color:blue;font-weight:bold;font-style:italic;">I have been blessed with several pounds of white rice.
    Money is very tight right now, and what little assistance we get no longer goes
    as far as it once did. I am looking for recipes using the addition of rice
    without adding a lot of processed and pre-packaged foods. I printed out the
    how to feed your family….. but with current food prices, I don’t
    believe the recipes fall under the $$ category, not to mention I have misplaced
    it and I can not afford to buy ink for my printer to print out another copy. I
    have spent over $800 in vet bills over the last 4 months, leaving us deeply in
    dept and our once zero balance credit card maxed out at $4k! My last charge
    was Dave Ramsey’s Financial
    peace University
    so that should help us out. Anyway, back on point, I am going to search the
    archives and the Budget101 site for recipes. I signed up for the newsletter,
    but I never receive it. If anyone has any recipes to share, please pass them
    along!

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    <font size="4" color="blue" face="Missy BT">14.0pt;font-family:"Missy BT";color:blue;font-weight:bold;font-style:italic;">Thank you,
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    <font size="5" color="blue" face="NokieBrushHMK">16.0pt;font-family:NokieBrushHMK;color:blue;">Melissa V.
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    <font size="4" color="blue" face="NokieBrushHMK">14.0pt;font-family:NokieBrushHMK;color:blue;">The LORD replied:
    <font size="4" color="blue" face="NokieBrushHMK">14.0pt;font-family:NokieBrushHMK;color:blue;">"My son, my
    precious child,
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    <font face="NokieBrushHMK"><span style="font-family:NokieBrushHMK;">I
    love you and I would never leave you.


    <font face="NokieBrushHMK"><span style="font-family:NokieBrushHMK;">During
    your times of trial and suffering,


    <font face="NokieBrushHMK"><span style="font-family:NokieBrushHMK;">when
    you see only one set of footprints,


    <font face="NokieBrushHMK"><span style="font-family:NokieBrushHMK;">it
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    Colleen McDonald
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    Default in search of recipes using white rice

    <font size="1">At 08:47 PM 9/5/2007, Melissa wrote:
    <font size="1" color="#0000FF">I have been blessed with several
    pounds of white rice. Money is very tight right now ... I am
    looking for recipes using the addition of rice without adding a lot of
    processed and pre-packaged foods...


    Go to the library and check out their vegetarian cookbooks.
    You will find many wonderful, healthy recipes using rice. e.g.,
    mjeddrah (spellings vary), the lentil and rice main dish for which Esau
    sold his birthright.


    Many of these recipes use brown rice, but white can be substituted if you
    modify the cooking times. (Rice doesn't take as long.) Also,
    rice freezes well.



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    Ann James
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    I like to add the cooked rice to any cream soup and

    turn a dish into a crockpot casserole. My family loves

    cream of mushroom, chicken and rice mixed together.

    Cook in a crockpot or bake it. Add as many items to it

    you want. You can also make an easy spanish rice when

    you add salsa to the rice while it is cooking. Hope

    this helps. Theres also rice pudding.

    --- The Victors <dvictor1@cox.net> wrote:



    > I have been blessed with several pounds of white

    > rice. Money is very tight

    > right now, and what little assistance we get no

    > longer goes as far as it

    > once did. I am looking for recipes using the

    > addition of rice without

    > adding a lot of processed and pre-packaged foods. I

    > printed out the how to

    > feed your family….. but with current food prices, I

    > don’t believe the

    > recipes fall under the $$ category, not to mention I

    > have misplaced it and I

    > can not afford to buy ink for my printer to print

    > out another copy. I have

    > spent over $800 in vet bills over the last 4 months,

    > leaving us deeply in

    > dept and our once zero balance credit card maxed out

    > at $4k! My last charge

    > was Dave Ramsey’s Financial peace University so that

    > should help us out.

    > Anyway, back on point, I am going to search the

    > archives and the Budget101

    > site for recipes. I signed up for the newsletter,

    > but I never receive it.

    > If anyone has any recipes to share, please pass them

    > along!

    >

    >

    >

    > Thank you,

    >

    >

    >

    > Melissa V.

    >

    >

    >

    >

    >

    > The LORD replied:

    >

    > "My son, my precious child,

    > I love you and I would never leave you.

    > During your times of trial and suffering,

    > when you see only one set of footprints,

    > it was then that I carried you."

    >

    >

    >

    >

    > No virus found in this outgoing message.

    > Checked by AVG Free Edition.

    > Version: 7.5.485 / Virus Database: 269.13.5/990 -

    > Release Date: 9/4/2007

    > 10:36 PM

    >

    >

    >









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    bludrgn@comcast.net
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    you can cook some of it and mix it with your dog food. Not for a long term but short term for very tight money

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    <FONT face="Missy BT" color="blue" size="4"><SPAN style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold;FONT-SIZE: 14pt;COLOR: blue;FONT-STYLE: italic;FONT-FAMILY: 'Missy BT';">I have been blessed with several pounds of white rice.





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    imfifth@aol.com
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    I don't have a recipe per se, I tend to cook just by throwing stuff together. White rice is so versatile, pretty much add a protein, a veggie and a sauce and you can make it stir fry style, casserole style or just all plopped in a bowl. One of my most favorite meals is rice and beans. I soften some onion and green pepper in some oil, add a large can (or homemade if available) tomato sauce, 2 cans (or cooked from dried) kidney beans and a generous amount of taco seasoning. I cook it slowly over low heat and serve over white rice, sounds boring but it's really good. Tightwad gazette has a "create a casserole" recipe that goes like this:

    1 cup "main ingredient"
    1 cup second ingredient
    1-2 cups starchy ingredients
    1/4 cup "goodie"
    seasoning
    topping

    Main ingredient suggestions:
    Tuna, chicken, turkey, ham, seafood

    Second ingredient:
    celery, mushrooms, peas, chopped egg

    Starchy:
    potatoes, noodles rice

    Binder:
    cream sauce, sour cream, cream soup

    Goodie:
    pimiento, olive, nuts, water chestnuts

    Topping:
    potato chips, corn chips, bread crumbs


    Obviously this can be made as healthy or as junky as your used to cooking.




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    sbjmom2002
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    > What I use white rice for mostly is stuffed peppers and veggie stir

    fry.

    >Try kraftfoods.com also you may want to try a site like weight

    watchers.



    Michele








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    Sarah Long
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    Bullion cubes are a great way to flavor white rice. Adding any type of cooked meat that is chopped up will help the rice. A LOT of canned/frozen veggies go really well with cooked white rice. Don't forget about using the rice with powdered milk to make rice pudding, that's always a treat and can be eaten for breakfast as well. There are a TON of different ways to use rice. We use rice on an almost daily basis as $ is tight around here too.

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    Maria Jewlz
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    Check out the following sites for some recipes using white rice: http://www.recipezaar.com/recipes/white-rice http://busycooks.about.com/od/startw...ies/a/rice.htm http://waltonfeed.com/grain/ldscn/42.html http://www.cooks.com/rec/search/0,1-...e_rice,FF.html

    Sarah Long <sarah_d_ann@yahoo.com> wrote: Bullion cubes are a great way to flavor white rice. Adding any type of cooked meat that is chopped up will help the rice. A LOT of canned/frozen veggies go really well with cooked white rice. Don't forget about using the rice with powdered milk to make rice pudding, that's always a treat and can be eaten for breakfast as well. There are a TON of different ways to use rice. We use rice on an almost daily basis as $ is tight around here too. Pinpoint customers who are looking for what you sell.


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