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Rice Pudding

What you need: 

2 cups rice milk
2 cups cooked rice
fresh ginger root or ground ginger (to taste)
cinnamon, nutmeg, mace, allspice, ground clove (all to taste)
1/4 cup brown sugar or to taste
1 tablespoon corn starch

What you do: 

Boil the rice in 2 1/2 cups water and set aside to let the rice absorb the water. Once the water is absorbed, add the rice milk to the rice and return to the stove on medium heat. Once the mixture reaches a boil, add the cornstarch, brown vegan sugar and spices. Lower the heat and simmer until the pudding thickens.
The pudding is good hot or cold and tastes really good when you're sick, especially with some tea.

Preparation Time: 
about 30 minutes
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

This recipe has 5 star taste, but I only rated it 4 stars because of the iffy directions.

I used 2 cups of cooked brown jasmine rice, and added 1 cup of vanilla soymilk, and 1 cup of coconut milk on the stove.  I then ground up fresh ginger, about 1tsp (next time I'll use more), and added about 1tbs of cinnamon, and a half tsp of nutmeg, and ground clove.  I also used a half cup of sucanat, which made it darker because of the molasses still in that sugar.  I probably could have used more.  I also added an extra tsp of vanilla to it, though I could have doubled that too.  I added 2 and 1/2 tbs of corn starch to some cold water, then added that to the pudding after cooking it for 10 minutes or so, and it thickened within a minute.  I then let it cool, and tossed it in the fridge.  It thickened more over night, and had a nice consistency.  It was delicious, and the other people who tried it enjoyed it.  I will be making this again because of how tasty and easy it was.

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OMG, jonescat, making this with So Delicious Coconut Milk sounds delish! I can't wait to try it! And is that a little dollop of Soyatoo in baypuppy's photo? 'Cause that pic is just making my mouth water.

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I used Turtle Mountain's So Delicious Coconut Milk to make this and it was phenomenal. I added some raisins to the finished product for my kids and they gobbled it up. Five stars!

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I made this with Pumpkin Silk to give it a little bit of a pumpkin flavor. I also added a little nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice, and ground ginger. It was quite runny, so I had to add a bit more cornstarch to thicken it up. In the end it came out great! Very yummy!

You Americans are so spoiled!!!  Pumpkin flavored soy milk???  I can't even get canned pumpkin in Germany!  I have to wait until pumpkins are in season and bake a fresh one when I want pumpkin anything.  And I LOVE pumpkin!!

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You Americans are so spoiled!!!  Pumpkin flavored soy milk???  I can't even get canned pumpkin in Germany!  I have to wait until pumpkins are in season and bake a fresh one when I want pumpkin anything.  And I LOVE pumpkin!!

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I made this with Pumpkin Silk to give it a little bit of a pumpkin flavor. I also added a little nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice, and ground ginger. It was quite runny, so I had to add a bit more cornstarch to thicken it up. In the end it came out great! Very yummy!

What part of the country do they sell Pumpkin Silk in?  I can get Silk Nog which is to die for, but I'm curious to try Pumpkin!!  I've never heard of that one.

I live in Oklahoma, I bought it at a Wal-Mart :P I saw it and was like wow, that sounds really good! And then I saw the nog & got both.  It is a bit bland when it's cold, but it can be made hot too, and it tastes really good that way!

I live in Oklahoma too!  But I refuse to shop at Wal-Mart.  I'll have to go to OKC and look at Akin's or the Health Food Center for it.  It's not at the health food store in Norman.  I really wish we had a Whole Foods or Trader Joe's or Wild Oats or something!

We do have a Wild Oats! 1401 E. 41st St., Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105
That's the address of it.

Yeah.  I've been to that one, but I'd prefer one closer to Norman.

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I made this with Pumpkin Silk to give it a little bit of a pumpkin flavor. I also added a little nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice, and ground ginger. It was quite runny, so I had to add a bit more cornstarch to thicken it up. In the end it came out great! Very yummy!

What part of the country do they sell Pumpkin Silk in?  I can get Silk Nog which is to die for, but I'm curious to try Pumpkin!!  I've never heard of that one.

I live in Oklahoma, I bought it at a Wal-Mart :P I saw it and was like wow, that sounds really good! And then I saw the nog & got both.  It is a bit bland when it's cold, but it can be made hot too, and it tastes really good that way!

I live in Oklahoma too!  But I refuse to shop at Wal-Mart.  I'll have to go to OKC and look at Akin's or the Health Food Center for it.  It's not at the health food store in Norman.  I really wish we had a Whole Foods or Trader Joe's or Wild Oats or something!

We do have a Wild Oats! 1401 E. 41st St., Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105
That's the address of it.

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I made this with Pumpkin Silk to give it a little bit of a pumpkin flavor. I also added a little nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice, and ground ginger. It was quite runny, so I had to add a bit more cornstarch to thicken it up. In the end it came out great! Very yummy!

What part of the country do they sell Pumpkin Silk in?  I can get Silk Nog which is to die for, but I'm curious to try Pumpkin!!  I've never heard of that one.

I live in Oklahoma, I bought it at a Wal-Mart :P I saw it and was like wow, that sounds really good! And then I saw the nog & got both.  It is a bit bland when it's cold, but it can be made hot too, and it tastes really good that way!

I live in Oklahoma too!  But I refuse to shop at Wal-Mart.  I'll have to go to OKC and look at Akin's or the Health Food Center for it.  It's not at the health food store in Norman.  I really wish we had a Whole Foods or Trader Joe's or Wild Oats or something!

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I am going to make this as soon as I wake up in the morning. I think before I put it in the fridge I am going to put it in the blender to whip it up and make it smooth like pudding. And also I might do half soymilk and soy hazelnut creamer. I live in california, I wish we had pumpkin soy.

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I made this with Pumpkin Silk to give it a little bit of a pumpkin flavor. I also added a little nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice, and ground ginger. It was quite runny, so I had to add a bit more cornstarch to thicken it up. In the end it came out great! Very yummy!

What part of the country do they sell Pumpkin Silk in?  I can get Silk Nog which is to die for, but I'm curious to try Pumpkin!!  I've never heard of that one.

I live in Oklahoma, I bought it at a Wal-Mart :P I saw it and was like wow, that sounds really good! And then I saw the nog & got both.  It is a bit bland when it's cold, but it can be made hot too, and it tastes really good that way!

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