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If you are new to dehydrating, check out the Dehydrating FAQs Page - it will answer a LOT of your questions!

The next time you cook brown rice, cook some extra and dehydrate it.  When you want to add a little rice to a soup just add a few spoonsful or rehydrate only what you need a recipe.

1) Spread cooked brown rice on dehydrator trays - aim for a single layer, but don't stress over it.
This is easier with chilled rice (from the night before)

2) Put the trays in the dehydrator and set for 125 degrees.

Drying will take from 5-9 hours
Rice is done when the brittle.

Allow to cool, gently crush any clumps with your fingers and place in jar with lid to 'condition'.






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