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What's your favourite grain?

I mean, if you could only eat one grain for the foreseeable future, what would it be?

For me--rice. No question. My absolute favourite food.I can do without bread and potatoes as long as there's rice in reach.

Definitely rice.....brown, basmati, jasmine..... :)

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Oats!

But my mood is also very dependent on how much bread I can get my hands on.

Rice... I could live without.

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I think it would have to be a really good italian bread.

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quinoa

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Millet. I make rotlo (aka roti) out of it. And no, I don't have a gluten intolerance, I just really, really like it. I think it's because it looks like mud. Yes, I'm a kid that way  :)

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white sticky rice... mmmmmm <3

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Millet. I make rotlo (aka roti) out of it. And no, I don't have a gluten intolerance, I just really, really like it. I think it's because it looks like mud. Yes, I'm a kid that way  :)

GW, if you really like millet, try these Millet Patties: http://vegweb.com/index.php?topic=10828.0
They are just delicious!!

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Probably a toss up between whole wheat and brown rice.    Whole wheat seems to be a stable food in things like bread, tortillas, cereal, bulgar (is that in a separate category?) and pasta.  I love the versatility of brown rice.

I do try to eat other grains like barley, rye, quinoa and oat meal, but the two above are staples.

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Although I love rice, buckwheat, quinoa, and whole wheat grains (bulgur, spelt, whole wheat), I have to say oats is still my favorite.  I use it way more than the others.

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quinoa

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Millet. I make rotlo (aka roti) out of it. And no, I don't have a gluten intolerance, I just really, really like it. I think it's because it looks like mud. Yes, I'm a kid that way  :)

GW, if you really like millet, try these Millet Patties: http://vegweb.com/index.php?topic=10828.0
They are just delicious!!

Thanks for the new recipe! I'll try it out when I'm feeling experimental. Although 1 part millet to 3 parts other grain, the millet won't shine through  :'(

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Millet. I make rotlo (aka roti) out of it. And no, I don't have a gluten intolerance, I just really, really like it. I think it's because it looks like mud. Yes, I'm a kid that way  :)

GW, if you really like millet, try these Millet Patties: http://vegweb.com/index.php?topic=10828.0
They are just delicious!!

Thanks for the new recipe! I'll try it out when I'm feeling experimental. Although 1 part millet to 3 parts other grain, the millet won't shine through  :'(

Try it the way it's written first, and then maybe you can modify it to suit your needs, or come up with a new recipe to share!!

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I'm a fan of bulgur, but I would not be opposed to eating only basmati rice for the rest of my life if I had to choose.

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I adore a ton of grains but brown rice is the one I'd be lost without it. For some reason if I eat brown rice daily I stay pretty balanced and don't have any insane or really over-whelming food cravings.

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really, all you peeps truly adore healthy rice?!

taste wise it's gotta be white, no doubt about it... sticky white rice!

health wise, quinoa is the bomb and actually tastes good too... i think brown rice tastes like ass rotten rose petals, but if i was eating for health, not for taste, i would choose it over white :P

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I like brown rice with nuts in a sort of casserole loaf thing. Like with mushrooms, pecans, red bell pepper and onion.

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I like brown rice with nuts in a sort of casserole loaf thing. Like with mushrooms, pecans, red bell pepper and onion.

that sounds legit... craft me a recipe dear yabbit and i shall try

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I like brown rice with nuts in a sort of casserole loaf thing. Like with mushrooms, pecans, red bell pepper and onion.

that sounds legit... craft me a recipe dear yabbit and i shall try

I'm way ahead of you, my dear child! http://vegweb.com/index.php?topic=30913.msg365349#msg365349
Originally I would use egg for a binder, nowadays, I suppose you could add oats or Ener-G or something if you wanted to go the loaf route. Or just eat it as is.

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Amaranth, Millet and Forbidden Rice - those are my 3 favorites!  mmmmmmm 

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Am I the only one who doesn't really even like rice? Quinoa and bulgur are my favourite savoury grains but I couldn't live without my morning steel-cut oats!

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