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Leo Terrell: Dems Freaking out When CA Abortion Rights Aren't Changing

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | 1 d ago

Leo Terrell: Dems Freaking out When CA Abortion Rights Aren't Changing

"We are the Dobbs decision where roe V wade was overturned There is just so much hysteria You're out there in California You have your own show on the gray KBC which everybody loves And specifically in California I think it's going to backfire Here's why You can't tell you know 50 million residents of California You know whatever it may be 20 million 25 million women you're abortion rights small law retro going away tomorrow if roe V wade disappears And then it disappeared Leo and oddly enough nothing in California happened I mean are people catching on like they were fed a bunch of BS for a long time Yeah Yeah and this thing about it but Danny goes to the heart of your show Facts they don't care They're just lying to people They're just lying to you These Democrats control California We've got a weak Republican system here They control it And you got basically full just following Gavin Newsom who's using the lie to talk about his presidential run in 2024 Here's the bottom line California abortion rights perfect no change whatsoever Nothing's happening But if you listen to the democratic hierarchy you got gay rice being attacked You got fan interracial marriage control It's a racial marriages Oh my God That was me Leo my wife's Hispanic I've been trouble I told you I told my producer guy Watch that front door Clarence Thomas coming to the front door Your marriage is okay because I will come out of retirement and represent you I think you got a seat amendment protection argument So we're good

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AOC Says Overturning Roe Takes Away Men's Rights

The Officer Tatum Show

01:13 min | 5 d ago

AOC Says Overturning Roe Takes Away Men's Rights

"What is a birthday person? Tell me what human species can give birth to children that ain't a woman. Okay, keep rolling the clip, roll the clip. What the Supreme Court just did was that they chose to endanger the lives of all women and all birthing people in this country. But not only that, they've chosen to strip rights from men too. Okay, okay, ALC. I'm coming for you. I'm coming for you intellectually. Stripped the rice of men, last time I checked, if a man wants a child and a woman don't want the child, the man has no right to do anything about it, and that woman can commit murder and that man who's DNA is attached to that child has to forgo his child's life. Because the woman ain't ready, I don't know. She don't like the way your facial features look. Maybe, you know, she want to have a baby with your best friend and not you. I don't know what the reason is are. But a man never had a right to say anything.

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Jan. 6 panel releases video of Capitol tour before attack

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jan. 6 panel releases video of Capitol tour before attack

"The House committee investigating the capitol riot released video of a capital tour led by a Republican lawmaker the day before the riot Georgia Republican Barry loudermilk led the tour the video shows participants taking photos of stairwells and tunnels in the complex video was also released from the day of the riot from a person identified by the committee as a participant in the tour the day before We're coming in like white on rice We're Pelosi Nadler Schumer Even you AOC we're coming to take you out Loudermilk says none of the areas they went to the day before were breached and the committee is doubling down on their smear campaign He has denied any wrongdoing Capitol police determined there was nothing suspicious about loudermilk's tour Ed Donahue Washington

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The Significance of the GOP's Upset in South Texas

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 2 weeks ago

The Significance of the GOP's Upset in South Texas

"I believe we are seeing the beginning stages the start of the movie, the coming attractions. Of what will be anywhere between a 60 to 80 to 100 seat majority coming into November. For the conservative movement. What we saw last night is as you kind of see throughout the summer, you see these primaries. So in Nevada, Adam lacks salt one who we were behind and we've had in our program quite a lot. We saw Tom rice lose in South Carolina. We are going to talk about that. We saw lots of primary races that were significant, but the most shocking victory last evening happened in a district that would be considered to be a throwaway district for Republicans. It's a district that the ruling class of the Republican Party never would take seriously. It's a district that back in 2016. Democrats won this district by 20 5 points. In 2018, Democrats won this district by 19 points. In 2020, Democrats won it by 13 points, but this is not a district like any other. This is a district in the Rio Grande valley in Texas. This is the second most Hispanic district in the country. Second most Hispanic district in the whole nation. It is 80 4% Hispanic. 84% of the district is Hispanic. Republicans have not won this seat since reconstruction. It has been a reliable Democrat seat because of its significant Hispanic population. In 2016, just 6 years ago, when Hillary Clinton ran for president, they won by 25 points. That is a blowout that there is no candidate running against it. You might as well just run that that is as solidly blue of a seat as you could possibly comprehend. So what happened last evening? A political earthquake has started. And it's going to build past even November. I think what we are going to see is the beginning stages of the Democrat party being displaced from meaningful political power in the chambers of our federal government in every single swing state and yes, of course, obviously, every center right state across the

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Jenna Ellis: What Does Liz Cheney's Future Entail?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Jenna Ellis: What Does Liz Cheney's Future Entail?

"You know Republicans aren't the solution to all your problems right I'm a conservative first But the Democrats are the cause So given those two options listen I don't care who you voted for before We got to take the country back And we may have to accept that you know 80% of what we want to come back for the other 20 laters Reagan said But I think that's an important takeaway that candidates even like Kemp who I mean let's be honest I don't think there's a candidate in the country Donald Trump couldn't stand more You know Brian Kemp did some conservative stuff and he came out after he lost the endorsement which obviously wasn't going to happen And he never ran against Trump though Jenna He said listen the guy doesn't like me but I don't feel the same way about him We're going to do some conservative stuff And I hope later on you know whatever He joins the team And that was it And he skated pretty good So that's kind of a critical lesson moving forward that the grip Donald Trump has on the Republican Party is going to be here for a long time People respect what he did But again like Tom rice who voted to impeach him If you're going to come out as an explicitly anti Trump guy or woman that's it man It's like stick a fork It Liz Cheney Look at Liz Cheney and I'm looking forward to her losing by 40 points And she and then kinzinger just put in the towel and said hey I don't even want to try to run You almost made me spit out my water I took a sip of water people Emma spitted all of it Yeah I think you're right Sorry to me but I know Liz Cheney's I think she's gonna get

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Jenna Ellis: The Power of the Trump Endorsement

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Jenna Ellis: The Power of the Trump Endorsement

"I have three takeaways and I want to get your thoughts on each one My first takeaway from last night The power of the Trump endorsements profound He doesn't win them all I mean nobody does It's not be ridiculous Nobody's going to win The way the radio endorsements people No one's going to win them all But he's percentage is ridiculously high But there are a lot of candidates who don't get his endorsement Kemp last night Nancy mace congresswoman who I'm candidly not a huge fan of It's not personal It's just their politics She seems like a very nice lady But that was not the Trump chosen candidate Katie Harrington down there And Nancy mace one And I think the lesson your thoughts on this is that you can run this kind of a non Trump candidate but you can't run against them Once you run against them like Tom rice did in South Carolina this whole Trump sucks thing That's it It's over Johnny Yeah I completely agree And Trump is the ultra maga kingmaker and his endorsements are incredibly solid And when you look at what happened in Pennsylvania with Doug master and I was leading by 20 points and then ended up with close to 45% of the vote in Pennsylvania when the establishment GOP was trying to coalesce against him at the last minute And that's just not going to happen And so I agree with you that president Trump is very strategic in his endorsements and there are reasons that he's not endorsing people like Kemp who of course he rightly hates for what's gone on in Georgia But so he's being strategic about them but the ones that he doesn't endorse that ultimately do win I think are for reasons beyond just his endorsement And that's not a takeaway that you can run against Trump and be successful

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South Carolina Rep. Tom Rice Loses GOP Primary

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

South Carolina Rep. Tom Rice Loses GOP Primary

"Have. And speaking of pitiful, I guess Tom rice in South Carolina found out the hard way trying to impeach Trump over January 6th wasn't a very good career move. Tom rice, the 5 term South Carolina congressman defeated by Russell fry last night. So big night in Nevada for president Trump's endorsed candidate. It was a big night for president Trump period. And the red wave is coming, in fact, it's already here. It's a little bit like recession. We keep hearing things are coming, but they're

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GOP's Rice loses, Mace stays on after challenges by Trump-endorsed candidates

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

GOP's Rice loses, Mace stays on after challenges by Trump-endorsed candidates

"I'm Jennifer King reporting South Carolina splits the difference between two Trump targets and Tuesday's primaries 5 term U.S. representative Tom rice who supported the second impeachment of Donald Trump was defeated in the GOP primary for South Carolina's 7th congressional district which includes Myrtle Beach This see doesn't belong to me It belongs to the voters right And so it's what they want not what I want Audio courtesy WPD Rice lost a state representative Russell fry who was backed by Trump but U.S. representative Nancy mace who criticized the former president over his role in the January 6th insurrection held on to her seat in South Carolina's first district defeating Trump back challenger Katie arrington Maestro endorsements from high profile Republicans like Mick mulaney and Nikki Haley Trump did congratulate mace on her victory and predicted she would win in November To see that unity come forth is a really big deal to keeping our party together and moving forward in the low country and winning in November Audio courtesy IV I'm Jennifer King

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Laxalt's Nevada win sets up fierce race for Senate control

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Laxalt's Nevada win sets up fierce race for Senate control

"Former president Trump scores in some of yesterday's primaries where he backed candidates in South Carolina Trump helped score a victory for Russell fry and in the process knocked out 5 term incumbent congressman Tom rice who backed his second impeachment But another incumbent that the former president sought to defeat in a neighboring district represented Nancy mace held back the challenger in Nevada Trump's pick former state attorney general Adam laxalt who has embraced lies about the 2020 election won the nomination for a pivotal Senate seat against a candidate endorsed by the states Republican Party in Maine Republican former governor Paul Lepage who boasts he was Trump before Trump wants his old job back and won the primary setting up a showdown with Democrat incumbent Janet mills I'm Julie

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Trump gets impeachment revenge on Tom Rice in South Carolina — but Nancy Mace prevails

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump gets impeachment revenge on Tom Rice in South Carolina — but Nancy Mace prevails

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting South Carolina Republican Tom rice loses his House seat after voting to impeach Donald Trump U.S. representative Tom rice who supported the second impeachment of president Donald Trump was defeated in Tuesday's GOP primary for South Carolina's 7th congressional district He lost to state representative Russell Frey who was backed by Trump rice of 5 term congressman as the first of the ten House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump over the January 6th insurrection to lose a reelection bid Trump vowed revenge against the ten House Republicans and four of the ten chose not to seek reelection

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It's Time We Fire Congressman Tom Rice

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 3 weeks ago

It's Time We Fire Congressman Tom Rice

"What? It's time we fire them all. Tom rice, he's up for. His seat. A week from Tuesday, June 14th will be Tom rice's day of reckoning. We'll see if South Carolina state representative Russell fry defeats congressman Tom rice. He's a 5th term incumbent. Tom rice is political. Royalty in South Carolina. According to the Washington examiner, internal polling shows that fry is beating Tom rice in a head to head matchup. In fact, again, it's internal polling, so who knows? Surely the people of South Carolina aren't going to put up with Tom rice again. I mean, did you hear him? No, I can't support Trump for president, but if he apologizes, I would consider it. Oh, that's really great of

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Tom Rice: Only One Way I'll Support Donald Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tom Rice: Only One Way I'll Support Donald Trump

"But listen to what a South Carolina congressman said, these Trump haters turn themselves into such a pretzel, they don't even make any sense. Listen to congressman Tom rice. Talking to ABC's Jonathan Karl, yesterday on ABC. There's no way you could support him for president again. No. There's one way. Yeah. If he apologized. So if he came out and said, I'm sorry. I mean, all that came out and said, I'm sorry that I made a huge mistake on January 6th. Then I might consider it. I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the capitol building. To peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard. Hey, president Trump Tom rice from South Carolina thinks you should apologize for that. You should, if you apologize, then congressman Tom rice from South Carolina might just support you.

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Phillies rally late to hand Angels 11th straight loss

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Phillies rally late to hand Angels 11th straight loss

"Bryson Scott hit a three run home run with two out in the bottom of the 9th inning to give the Phillies a 9 7 win over the angels Los Angeles took the lead at the top of the inning on a single by Matt Duffy after Philadelphia had tied the game with two out in the bottom of the 8th on a Grand Slam home run from Bryce Harper the home run from stock was his second of the season and enabled the fills to complete the thinking sweep of their weekend series Rice sew Iglesias took the loss of the angels who dropped their 11th in a row Michael luongo

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The Starvation of Japan: A Tragic Consequence of the WW2 Era

Key Battles of American History

01:48 min | Last month

The Starvation of Japan: A Tragic Consequence of the WW2 Era

"In history, what this did occur, the starvation of Japan was one of the most tragic parts of the war. And it began to actually even in 1939 before the war that people were living people were actually living in Japan on a rationing ration diet and reduced calorie count. Even as early as 1938, 39 because Japan imported a large amount of its rice from China. And so once they went to war with China, they couldn't import as much rice from China. And then as the years went by of the China war, dragging on and in the United States and Great Britain placing sanctions upon Japan to force them out of China, that just reduced the amount of money that Japan had to import rice and the amount of the amount of resources that they had. And so from 1939 to 1945, Japan's domestic rice production reduced by over 60%. Their imported rice production. Are they imported rice, which was about a quarter to maybe even up to a third of their rice consumption reduced by 90% by 1945. And so most of the food went to first to the military second to the war industry and third to those unproductive members of society, children. Women, housewives, and most of the elderly. And so large, large numbers of people will starve. In addition, during the war, as early as the early in the middle of the war in 1942, 43, U.S. submarine campaign began sinking ships. They were carrying those supplies of

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John Zmirak and Eric Reflect on the Iraq Invasion

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:48 min | Last month

John Zmirak and Eric Reflect on the Iraq Invasion

"There are certain things you can't make up. I mean, I want to frame this again for people who aren't paying attention because maybe they're not, they're not tracking, I was for the Iraq invasion back when. You were against it. And I remember talking to you and not understanding, I thought, aren't all conservatives for this isn't Saddam Hussein, a monster. And by the way, of course, he was a truly evil monster. There's no doubt about that. But it didn't occur to me at the time that there are reasons not to attack Saddam Hussein and so on and so forth. So I was for it. All these years later, thanks to not just John's mirac, but Donald Trump, we have had a reevaluation. And I think that people now realize not only was it wrong, but it was a disaster on many levels. And then we start understanding that all the people who got us into the many messages in which we are today also got us into the mess of the Iraq War. It's the neocons. It's not magga people. It's not people who want to put America first. It's globalists. It is really tremendously wicked. And so here you have George Bush, do the ultimate Freudian slips of all time. So wonderful. It's the sort of thing that Will Ferrell would make up on SNL or something. But no, no, this actually happened. It's so great. I mean, the underlying reality is grotesque. We are, we killed between 507 100,000 civilians in our invasion of Iraq, which was based on false intelligence and made up junk intelligence that the neocons were shoving past the FBI and putting straight into The White House. There were hundreds of experts saying there are no weapons of mass destruction. The UN inspector said there are no weapons of mass destruction. Nobody had any real evidence of weapons of mass distraction. Colin Powell gets goes in front of the UN with doctored photos that don't represent what he says they are. Condoleezza Rice says, we don't want the next smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud in Manhattan. They use our trauma over 9 11 to make us think that Saddam Hussein is building nukes and is going to smuggle them into America. They make us think he was involved in 9 11, which he wasn't. They make us think he was getting uranium, which he couldn't. I mean, it was just this for rago of lies. And I guess Eric, you're a nicer person, maybe because you grew up in Connecticut, you didn't think your own political leaders of your own party were lying to you to get back. No, of course I

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Dinesh Continues His Dissection of NPR's '2000 Mules' Critique

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:00 min | Last month

Dinesh Continues His Dissection of NPR's '2000 Mules' Critique

"I'm continuing my discussion or perhaps dissection is the right word of Tom rice box article in NPR. A pro Trump film suggests it's data so accurate it solved a murder. That's false. Before I go on, I want to point out, look at how desperate these guys are, right? This quote solving of a murder. We didn't say we solved the murder, but nevertheless, is totally peripheral to election fraud. It's only used to show that the same geo tracking techniques that could be useful in solving a murder or helping to solve a murder are the same techniques applied to ballot trafficking. But NPR is so eager. I mean, they have so little to attack in the movie, they're like, let's take this case, which is unrelated to ballot trafficking, the Sequoia Turner case, and let us see if we can take it apart and it's granular detail. And so they sat with a certain kind of ahab like determination to try to do that and the effect is, well, let's just see what it is. Now, this is how this is the kind of false sleuth posture that reporter drives back likes to strike up. So he goes, in the episode of the podcast promoting the film, d'souza said Phillips and engelbrecht provided their analysis to the FBI, which turned the data over to the Georgia bureau of investigation, the GBI. Now, NPR contacted the GBI to fact check this claim. Great. Let's see what happens. Quote. The JBA did not receive information from true the vote that connected to the Sequoia Turner investigation said Nellie miles the GBI director of the office of public and governmental affairs. Wait, Tom drives back himself, wrote three sentences earlier that the information was not given to the GBI, but was given to the FBI. And the FBI turned over the information not necessarily with any attribution to true the vote, the FBI is going to look at the data itself. The FBI turns the data over to the GBI. So when the GBI says we didn't get information from truth to vote, true, nobody gave the GBI information directly. The information was given as noted above to the FBI. And then to get even more ridiculous, the writer, Tom dry spot goes quote, an attorney for Sakura Turner's family told NPR they had never heard of the angle bricks and Phillips analysis either. What? What would the family of the victims have to do with any of this? What would they how would they have knowledge of where this information came from? Let's say I go and give information to the FBI, which then gives it to the GBI. Why would I expect that the turnover family would be on the inside of this as the FBI and the GBI regularly sit down with victims families, by the way, we got some tips from here. Let's show you the data. You can no they don't do any of

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Breaking Down Georgia's Upcoming Elections and Trump's Influence

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:15 min | Last month

Breaking Down Georgia's Upcoming Elections and Trump's Influence

"And then you have Georgia. And this is where I think the ultimate Trump endorsement power will be at tested at its most roots. I think, look, Herschel Walker and our Senate writes down here. Again, a very open primary, but at the end of it, Herschel Walker is had a commanding lead ever since he got in the race is his popularity. He's known. Nobody really in the state of Georgia who's watched football or anything else in the last 30 years does not remember Herschel Walker as a running back from the university of Georgia who led him to a national damage deal. And husband trophy. This is just not something that is unknown in Georgia and the Georgia football team is very powerful when you look at touching voters or hearing that you played for Georgia football. And again, with the problem coming up with this election in Georgia is the Trump endorsement is very much at play and very much a factor, but there's also the anti endorsement if you would that Donald Trump has made and going after Brian Kemp on multiple occasions. Brad raffensperger Secretary of State, attorney general Chris Carr. He said in endorsed Mark Jones in the lieutenant governor's race and at the same time put out a post saying that he would never endorse Butch Miller, who was the other one in the Senate race. So again, he's played in a lot of races, two in particular that I'm focused on and just to see from a take position is the insurance commissioner's race and the attorney general's rice here. Both Patrick witt and John Gordon, who's running for attorney general Patrick witt against John King for insurance, are facing incumbents in the primary. Right now, internal polling shows that these candidates are struggling with name ID, struggling to get caught up. The Trump endorsement helps them. The Trump endorsement sort of bills over that gap of lack of credibility with voters who don't know who they are with have been running for the tenth district. Congressional seat in this process, John Gordon had been on the sidelines completely, both of them announced their candidacies and get in the race during qualifying time. So this has been a very shortened race for them.

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The 2022 Speakers Lineup at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 3 months ago

The 2022 Speakers Lineup at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

"Let's see here Why don't we pull up the Reagan library mister producer the speakers that let's see here I'm just curious The executive team speakers maybe I'll have to do this after the break because I can't do it while I'm on the air Reagan library speakers Let's see what kind of people they've had here I know Ryan hates Trump Fred Ryan and Paul Ryan and noonan and the rest of them I know that Let's see the speakers line up here Oh look at this one Representative Liz Cheney This is the 2022 lineup of speakers You ready for this folks She's listening Ross do Todd of The New York Times Joni Ernst good lady Micah Garcia good guy Larry Hogan governor of Maryland Mitch McConnell condi rice again a good lady but not oregano senator Ben sasse So all the Trump haters many of them Liz Cheney Larry Hogan Mitch McConnell Ben sasse You have here individuals in the case of Mitch McConnell Mitch McConnell was never recognized 76 he back for it Larry Hogan was never ranking guy He's a liberal Republican is more Democrat So you really do have to ask you look at the lineup of the speakers here It's really quite remarkable

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"rice" Discussed on Local Mouthful

Local Mouthful

05:23 min | 10 months ago

"rice" Discussed on Local Mouthful

"What well we had a reason Patriot coffee talk. And we were talking about a recipe that was super popular the world over but we are community doesn't really didn't really love it and someone made the great point that it's because we are self selecting group of people that cook a lot and so i think even though you are cooking less for yourself compared to your pre kid pre pandemic new like. I think you're still cooking so much more than someone who is not into cooking and a rice fritter even of to you seems very obvious. Intuitive easy not a big deal for a lot of people. That's like a big undertaking. And you know that's why if you've ever stood in line in the grocery store behind somebody with kids a lot of times. Their car is full of like boxed finger food you know yeah so i think that might be one of the reasons but among people like. I don't know trying to make it. A trend putting on tic tac. Are you talk. Now i am. I haven't posted anything yet but cross that threshold but yeah there so. It was really just one of those things that i thought. Have i not done this before. This is magic. This is brilliant. You know it's like you can use any cheese. You've got that your kindle eat You know and these would also if you're cooking for like a party and it seems like it's a relative of like an rn. Cini like a result at risotto. Paul you know because it's like you're taking a rice in your Purposing it adding cheese but you could make them for like a cocktail party like when those things come back teeny tiny. Little rice fritters puts Some sort of chutney. On top like these could be fancy. They can really go high end. But i was wondering he's served it with a dip. I served it with the vegetable enhanced. Ketchup from heinz. I didn't what is back. Hines makes a catch up. That has like butternut squash low just to get extra yeah vegetable nutrition. My guys go crazy for catch up. So i figured why not give them the catch up with a little bit more nutrition. Does it taste the same to you. It is totally the same totally. The same is also a little bit lower in sugar. That's a new product for me. That i've never heard of It was a giant. I'd never seen it before. But you know it's now part of our regular grocery shopping list because why not why not try to get a little bit more vegetable and you could also prompt. I bet these would freeze well. You could make it convenient food for yourself definitely could make these in advance and then yeah because like four of them feeds is kinda dinner center point for the guys Cool i like it. I would definitely. I mean vegan is one i would eat one sounds i. Yeah sounds possible But anyway i think that that's great inspiration for anyone who likes finger food whether you are a tiny person. Have tiny people or just like to eat so. I did ask you to make a pretty kid unfriendly recipe this week. I guess so we not one that yeah you want to describe this new segment. We're going to try to do periodically for everyone sure so. We decided one of the fun things to add in this sort of new new world. Order is Probably every episode but Couple times a month at least We will cook the same thing. Follow the same recipe and then talk about it because it's always interesting to hear two different takes on the same thing. Find out how we changed up. So i'm yeah you wanna tell them about the recipe. Sure this one. I saw on the website of the food. Blog walks of life which i just really love for chinese inspired and chinese restaurant and authentic chinese inspired recipes. The family is chinese. They've owned a lot of restaurants but not at not every recipe on. The site is chinese and certainly not everyone is authentic quote unquote but This wants to be mainly for its seasonality. Its main ingredients are eggplant. They calls for the long purple sometimes called japanese eggplant and String beans which are in abundance at farmers markets everywhere and i love vegetables star fry so it looks pretty simple to as a recipe. I think he was only like five or six ingredients So i thought that we would maybe do. It has smari saga. If anybody else in house would eat it. And she said no. She had me to cook it for herself. So that's what we did. And i guess we should talk. The the recipe is written thusly you Add some oil to a walk or a skillet. You cook your eggplant or you cut your plant into batons your green beans into say two or three inch pieces. And then you basically shallow. Fry each ingredients separately. And then you remove all but one tablespoon of the oil you add a mixture of garlic ginger and chili new. Stir fry that. And then you return your vegetables to the pan and then you add the simplest sauce which is like i think it's one tablespoon oyster sauce two teaspoons soy sauce and some white pepper. And then you sorta like glades your stuff in that and then serve it over brown rice white rice. No rice So what what happened with you did it. Did you follow the recipe as as it's outlined or did you take any..

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"rice" Discussed on Local Mouthful

Local Mouthful

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"rice" Discussed on Local Mouthful

"We've got a kid friendly fritter a recipe to recommend and a review of a book fiber fueled. So let's get into it. Tell me about your fritters mesa. Okay so i was one night. I was looking at my refrigerator. Trying to figure out what to make for my toddler for dinner. And i had leftover rice. And i have certainly made them fried rice before and that is typically my default for leftover rice but they had been a little bit more resistant to at the last time i had made it. It's there they wanna feed themselves more and so my focus has really been on creating things for them but they convict pickup and feed themselves and not have to be involved with the You know the spooning food into their mouths and so i thought Race fritters head. Does anybody make rice federal. I don't think i've ever had like a rice fritter or a pancake before. But i thought these must exist so i went online and looked around. And yes they do. It is not something that i had invented. You know out of whole cloth but I looked around. And i took some inspiration from several sources and really just cobbled together. What has turned into a really useful Leftover dinner time thing so you start with a couple of cups of cooked rice. It can be brown rice white rice. Whatever you have and Then you beat a couple of eggs You add some shredded cheese. Now this is not like a low fat healthy recipe for adults but it totally for kids especially healthy for kids because they need those Healthy fats their brain development. And you know you wanna get good calories into them because they may not eat a lot of volume and so getting Especially use brown rice getting the fiber into them Getting some calcium from cheese. These are all useful things. And so i also add some really finally chopped scallions for flavor and My kids have not yet. resisted having little flexible green things in their food. And hopefully. i'm just gonna keep doing that in the hopes that they don't you know i figure if it's always in there and they don't know that food doesn't have little flecks of green then they won't resist it and so And i've also read that. Scallions are surprisingly good for you like they have a lot of nutrients in them in figure taking those into the rice fritters increases their nutrient density which is great. And then i use a couple of tablespoons of flour to hold it all together a little bit of Salt though not too much especially if you're using a salty cheese and If you think your kids like it Some black pepper. And so i just cook these unconservative third of a cup portions. I have a scooper that does about a third of a cup in a nonstick skill. That didn't have to use much oil because there's plenty of Fat coming off the cheese and so You just brown them on each side. We just want them to be cooked through. And then that's it and my guys loved them. Honestly i eight one and they were so good. I was like this is a dangerous food for me because it's like it hits all of those You know it's salty and savory and a little bit crunchy and rice which is a flavor i love and so they taste great for adults but they were a big hit for kids and I can see really using using it as a formula to integrate other things. You could toxin grated carrot in there Or diced zucchini or shredded zucchini would be invisible. Which would be a good one Or even like dot com radishes. Something like that if they don't resist that kind of You know cruciferous radish. She flavor but they were easy. They were good the leftovers were good that put them in the toaster oven and toasted them up to reheat them and they were still really good and went over well so it is definitely one. That's going to be part of my regular Feeding kids rotation I have a quick question. And i also want to tell our listeners is. I'm sorry i missed it. Did you use brown rice. I use brown rice but you could use either but there are issues with brown rice sometimes in like with kids mercury. See you've got to be a little bit careful but I don't feed them rice every day. So i figure it's did you. And what i wanted to say is the reason i blanked on that is because we. This is our first time recording in our new Remote recording home which we switched to riverside a side note. Thank you to betsy of the dinner sisters. Who told me that harron. Kate have been using it for a while. And they like it. But i'm like looking at all the bells and whistles back here and that's why it's based on your rice type but brown i think brown rice is super beneficial for kids. This is. I don't have kids as you all know but like i've learned recently. That constipation is like a nightmare. Problem for a lot of children So brown rice is so fiber rich. We're gonna talk more about fiber later in the episode. But i have been trying to eat more brown rice because of that Yeah that's like super flexible though like you can put anything in your crisper in there. Yeah no it was great. You can do broccoli They they were just really good and really easy. And i'm surprised it's like it's surprises me. That this isn't part of like the regular Cooking for kids vernacular like why don't we. Why aren't we talking about. Rice fritters rice pancakes. More often. because so easy you. I know numbers of people who often had leftover rice around like why this not more commonly thought of i dunno. I.

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"rice" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"rice" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Just aren't big enough to worry about. If you're looking for a more nutritious kind of rice you might also want to consider adding wild rice to the mix once in a while. I didn't mention it earlier because although it is a close botanical relative of rice. Both of these are types of grasses. Wild rice is really a different thing altogether and it can be a bit of an acquired taste then again. That's how a lot of people feel about brown rice but wild rice grains have a chewier outer sheath with a tender inner grain. That has a slightly vegetal taste to me it sort of halfway between a starch and a vegetable. But if you've never tried it you might want to check it out. Compared to brown rice wild rises higher in protein and lower in carbohydrates and that means that it does have a lower glycemic load. it's also higher in vitamin a. And folic acid but not quite as high in minerals and even though it's quite low in total fat wild rice is also a decent source of omega threes. And it has a great omega three to omega six ratio. Something that. I've talked about in previous episodes so for those who like to mix things up a bit wild rice or black rice or red. Rice can be an interesting and nutritious alternative to regularise but instead of just substituting for regularize. I do suggest that you try it. I in a recipe that spends specifically developed to make the most of those unique qualities. I hope you enjoyed this. Overview of all the different kinds of rice. If you have a question about food or nutrition you.

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"rice" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"rice" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"I'm your host. Monica reindel there are at least a dozen different types of rice to choose from at the grocery store. You'll see long grain short-grain white brown buzz mati instant converted and you've probably wondered at some point which is the healthiest choice. And that's what we're going to talk about today. There are some fairly big differences between the various kinds of rice in terms of their cooking times and the texture of the cooked rice. So the first thing you need to know is if you're cooking from a recipe. It's pretty important to pay attention to what kind of rice the recipe calls for. Substituting different kinds of rice can really change how the recipe turns out and not always in a good way. Here are some of the different types of rice you're likely to encounter short grain rice is very starchy and cooks up. Soft and sticky. It's used in things like sushi. Paige and risotto. Long grain. rice contains less start so the cooked grains are drier and more separate. It's often used in pilaf or dishes with a lot of sauce medium grain as you might expect is somewhere in between now. Jasmine and buzz. Mahdi are both varieties that have been cultivated to bring out distinctive flavor profiles and these often turn up in indian and asian food. Now all of those different types of rice are available as either white or brown rice and in each case brown is the whole grain version whereas white rice has been milled to remove the germ and the brand brown. Rice is lot chewier and heartier than white rice and it takes about twice as long to cook. But we're not done yet. You'll also find varieties of whole grain rice that aren't brown but rather red purple or black and these are special varieties of rice that are high in pigments called anthocyanins. And then finally you can also buy instant or converted rice and both of these have been partially cooked and then dehydrated. So if you're using one of these types of pre processed rice it's important to follow the preparation instructions on the package in the show notes. I've included a link to an article that talks more about the culinary properties and the uses of all these different kinds of rice. And you'll find that on our website at quick and dirty tips dot com. But right now let's talk about the nutritional aspects of these different kinds of rice because brown rice retains both germ and the brand parts of the grain. It's higher in magnesium and other minerals. It also has more fiber. For example a half cup of white mongering grain rice contains less than one gram of fiber whereas a half cup of brown. Rice contains one and a half grams of fiber. But just as a point of reference remember. You're shooting for between twenty five and thirty grams of.

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"rice" Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"rice" Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

"Into the person not the athlete. The person not the professional the person that you are comfortable with presenting to the world and that your children and grandchildren great grandchildren will be protestant. You know what jonathan jones he was that do. That's the focus. That's the focus. You do the best you can't and it was something. It was a song as i don't know who sang the song of hip hop group. Sampled it but it says There's a life there's a lesson in every lifetime good better indifferent in every there's a lesson in every lifetime you look anybody's obituary or even as you read people's bios. There's a lesson in there somewhere. There's a lesson in there somewhere. I mean there are people that you and i both know who's who's who's lessons over there who's lifetime is filled with lessons and you just have to be ready to. You just have to be ready. you have to. You have to anticipate the good bad and ugly man and just hope that you remain strong. Stand strong you remain resilient and you make the right informed decision where the storm is over man. There it is. It is co coach rice. I've i've certainly certainly enjoyed our conversation. My good brother. But before. I let you go. I have to run through two minutes real as getting on your to so for everybody listening for the first time. The two minute drill ultimately is. I'm gonna ask a few rapid fire questions and then just going to allow people just to see a different angle. Then i'm gonna let you let people know where they can connect with you and we're going to wrap this thing up. Put a bow on it and call it a day argument. Yes sir. let's go right here. We go favorite.

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"rice" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"rice" Discussed on Diet Science

"We'll how does arson again rice. It gets in rice just through the environment and usually through farming practices. It's it's part of fertilizers and pesticides. So when crops are sprayed with pesticides it gets into the soil and then the plants will uptake the arsenic. So that's how it gets in there. So they pull it from the ground and then it becomes part of part of the rice right and apparently rice to seems to be a crop that absorbs more are snick than may be other things like like millet or buckwheat or wa because the way rice is grown sort of flooded with water and so it just has the ability to take up more arsenic. Well how you can undo that. How much of a problem is it. I mean well it. This has been a problem kind came to light. I'm trying to think of how many years ago. It's been at least five years ago or so and i guess at that time was a topic. I think it came up on a message board that we have on our website. And i think i answered some questions there but i don't think we ever did a podcast on it so But basically it. It's issue because so many products are made with rice. So it's not just the rice that you buy and cook and eat. But it's in things like a brown rice syrup or And that's kind of one of the things that it became a concern for a lot of health foods or sweetened with brown rice syrup and then of course there's baby infant formula. That's rice cereal vegetables and it became a a real big thing with children because arsenic their bodies are much smaller. So it's going to affect them more sure and so. The the exposure to arsenic has become a concern. Because obviously in in very minute swale quantities. It's not harmful but in you know relatively Regular exposure to it it can accumulate accumulate in the body and then becomes toxic. And by the way it's known as a group a carcinogen so what so what that means. It's a it's a carcinogen of concern. It causes

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"rice" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"rice" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Was a democratic senator from the state of missouri. He served in the senate for twelve years from eighteen. Forty three to eighteen fifty five. He had a reputation for being extremely pro. Slavery he owned. Slaves supported all of the slave state issues in the run up to the civil war and when the war finally commenced he served in the confederate army as a brigadier general commanding missouri troops. So he's not the finest of people to sit in the upper chamber of congress. Quite frankly if it wasn't for the events that i'll be discussing this episode david. Rice atchison would probably be mostly forgotten to history i. I came across his name years ago and children's book of fun facts which said that he was the president of the united states for one day. This fact has been repeated on and off for over one hundred and fifty years in fact the words president of the united states for one day are on his tombstone in missouri as sort of a testament to his greatest achievement. So is this true. Was david rice. Atchison really the president of the united states for a single day to answer the question. We need to understand exactly what happened in the election of eighteen. Forty eight week party. Candidate zachary taylor comfortably. Defeated democrat lewis. Cass and free soil candidate. Martin van buren incoming president. James polka made a pledge to seek a single term in office and he honored that pledge by not. Running taylor was a career military man who had never expressed any political opinions prior to the election. And in fact he had never voted. He had a great deal of success as a general during the mexican american war which led to his popularity in calls for him to run for president. He wasn't fact recruited by both the whigs and the democrats. The two major political parties at the time to seek office prior to the passage of the twentieth amendment to the constitution the president and all members of congress would take office at noon on march fourth. This lengthy lame duck period made more sense when everyone had to travel by horseback. And that's why was eventually changed. Nonetheless march fourth was the date everyone took office in eighteen forty nine march fourth landed on a sunday. Zachary taylor being a devout man..

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"rice" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"rice" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"Many peasants samurai eight husked rice or brown rice which is different kind of from the race. The brown rice that we know today. Today's brown rice has been selectively bred to have the taste and texture. We now making it easier to work with. The rights of the samurai time was different from today in the had a grainy texture and foul tastes. So hey so so the research you know so. The research said that. I found by emi. I don't know maybe they didn't. I doubt that they didn't know how to cook it or something. Maybe it was like in the water or the you know so white. Rice fan was considered far too valuable among genres usually only eaten by the emperor of the day so they they did have white right. Yeah it was just was reserved for the wealthy for the wealthy race was then prepared. Many different ways boiled cooked to a paste fermented into sake mixed with vegetables or cooked into rice cakes which were sweetened with honey and topped with fruit. When i saw that. I instantly remember this childhood memory of mine that like my my mom would turn. I think eric trump thus my mom would turn leftover rice like from the chinese leftover. Yeah nice box into like a sweet breakfast worth milk and like like maybe up. Thank i was just like this bowl of delicious like milky rice Rice what did you ask him well. I didn't yeah. But i'm going to listen to this. She's one of her fan. I listen it'd be like. I don't think i didn't i never buy or the catch. You forget the memory for all about. Yeah so that just sounds good. It does you're making me want. Yeah so i love making race. So i thought i'd just take a minute and talk about the difference between brown and white right okay. I have a question for you after you're done. Yeah okay so brown. Rice is a whole grain rice with the inedible outer hull removed. White rice is the same grain without without the hall. The brand layer and the cereal germ. You're all parts of what make the grain so white. Rice is milled. Rice that has had at tusk bran and germ removed so the same starts off. The same can is my question. Yeah gaza relates. So i had read a while ago. That rice contains snack. Yes we're going to talk about that. I was and then i took it all away because i thought let's not be so depressing here right so you might. My question is because. I stopped eating brown rice to that. Because they said of course it's only it called whereas cultivated in in america. Yeah our they used to treat the fields with arson. He i it's not like it's a widespread room. Yeah as long as you're not getting it from some of these southern states like you have to just see whether races coming. It's coming from the water supply that the race grows up because arsenic naturally occurring in a lot of our water around in america. Yeah and is that because we treated the field sia and it got into the waters. Yeah okay so. I don't eat for race anymore. Because they said that if you white rice because they've removed powder layers talking about that. It's removing some of that poison as well. Yeah i mean. I think that held i know it is. I think the arsenic levels are so small. Everything that i saw when i was researching for us episode. It's there have been lots of.

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"rice" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?

I Learned Something in College!?

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"rice" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?

"Thing to eat. Involvement better question for march. One of my family's go to restaurants has mcduck fried rice which was like mock duck being the vegetarian alternative and it's fried rice with some of that in it in. I am a big fan of a fried rice and a big fan of their particular mcduck. So that's always my go to. Yeah i enjoy most things with fried rice especially vegetable fried race 'cause veggies dun-rite in my opinion very rare in the united states. Outsource it to people who know what they're doing with vegetable add some oil or so. These are fine but like yeah. The the united states do not have the best methods of dealing with vegetables so yeah vegetable. Fried rice is is very good in a lot of places in my opinion. I i definitely need to branch out into more than just white rice. Because that's what they usually eat. I prefer brown. I've just bought white rice. Because that's what i've always been raised eating in using but it seems like other races are fun and interesting as i've learned and i should try them but a favorite recipe is probably talked about it before but this Veggie red curry recipe. That i found online. Basically you take chopped the bell peppers and kale and The recipe usually calls for carrots. But i find carrots to pain to cook. So i don't usually glued carrots then you can add whatever other vegetables you have you. Fry him up at curry and coconut milk. And all that sort of thing and then you have it over rice. And i really like it and i will link it in the description. Because it is my favorite recipe kerr And with that. I think we need to buy section. Thank you mark. Mckay come into this room where marches segment lives away from the room where that word crime was committed. Okay we've crossed the threshold. We closed the door behind us. Let's go we will not speak of it again so much. What's your topic today. In terms of the art world and big news. I think the topic for this week kind of wrote itself. I want to talk about cyberpunk. Oh boy jordan. Fourteen days ago cyberpunk twenty. Seventy seven came out fifteen days ago. I thought that you know there might be might be something salvageable about cd project. Red and their management for those who are uninitiated. in the game's universe. This release is wild and a lot of ways. I wanna talk about sort of hell. Much of this is an example of where the games industry is at in general. And how much of this is bonkers like blowing the entire industry out of the water bad. We need to do something and hopefully something will happen. Because of this to get us up to speed I want to talk about the product in their reputation specifically before all of this. So we've mentioned this a bit before but see project. They're the people responsible for the winter series which three wild which was the game that got them recognized as like a triple eight developer but also the aaa developer that people actually like yet extremely popular game very well received and it. Yeah basically boosted them out of somac- obscurity and they were like widely respected as this is an example of a good aaa company. That makes good games ethically small question mark. Yeah well for for most of the industry in the audience. Who aren't us. There wasn't really a question. Mark like protect. What's considered the best. Ethically speaking and also just consumer friendliness on that level like not even ethics more like more just carrying about their audience. Unlike every other triple eight developer and publisher company however we pretty much proved all of that to be just them. You know trying to milk that reputation because they proved without a doubt that they do not care about their audience indefinitely. Don't care about ethics in the last fourteen days. Y'all there've been more controversies about this game and it's team like just people involved with it in any way than any other big name publishing company i can think of ever in this span of time. I have not seen anyone shoot themselves in the foot this much. This quickly for comparison the previous company in my mind for this to happen to was but that's where they had some problems but they were recognized as like you know they generally make good games. The fallout series was liked. The people like skyer him you know is very popular and so it took like a number of years putting out games at a lot of problems with them so it took them until they put out a game called fallout seventy six in two thousand eighteen. Which was a absolute mess of a game were end. They lied about it and like a whole bunch of things happened for at least for me to recognize that. Hey there kinda kinda terrible like the cute things that we've been excusing because we generally enjoy their games are not excusable anymore. Follow six had. A ton of controversy is there are like our long videos just going into the bugs in the game and there's like other hour long videos going into all the nonsense about like lying with marketing things but the decline of bethesda reputation was so prolonged compared to this two weeks. Okay so sky. Room comes out the end of twenty eleven november twenty eleven for the first time which is important because it skyro- it's been released some. I'm sure there's a number out there because it's a meme how many times scarring has been released but like on every platform that exists. It'll probably come to the next generation of consoles which is horrifying. When's sky i launch. People loved it. I think reputation in sort of that feeling of you know y'all just released a good game and we liked it. Stayed for a while. And then besides the continued to have releasing any games that people liked because instead of doing another elder scrolls single player they decided to make a multiplayer game which people did not like very much on watch in are still continued to be mixed. I think although the people who are still playing it. I think enjoy it. If you're still playing it now. I hope you enjoy it. Then instead of they didn't follow for which was probably their last good hype i think. Would you say gal people were like okay. I think this is going to be a good game. Yeah and it wasn't scarring levels. People didn't like it that much and it certainly wasn't as good as previous follow games like fallout new. Vegas is still considered one of the best games because as ever made so they did fall for that was okay. And then they thought seventy six. Which again was not a single player game. The thing they're known for the thing people of them for it was a multi player game. That was horrible like unbelievably horrible. And it was definitely one of those things similar to what we're going to see in cyberpunk and what we see a lot of times these days which is just blatantly releasing an unfinished game and then coming out against the backlash with it's okay we have a quote roadmap and quote. They sold people unfinished product. Not even finish defective. So i wanna. I want to lay the groundwork for the cyberpunk discussion by showing that like this happens in the game industry especially recently cyberpunk isn't the only game to do it. Launches recently have been bad the way the industry is going is towards releasing unfinished games at launch. Getting all of the preorders and stuff and then eventually making finished game. Maybe usually if it's triple aaa will usually get there because they also want to like stack deal sea and stuff on top of it. That's pretty normal I will say it's more normal in multiplayer games for its v that broken but it's not unusual for aaa single player games to be pretty bad when they're on launch with that addressed..

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"rice" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?

I Learned Something in College!?

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"rice" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?

"Going back to the biology part or riza. Sativa is the plant we know otherwise it is a graph says been cultivated for millennia and yes sativa as in the same word used four canvas. Okay what does that mean. It's the latin word that needs cultivated. O yeah so It's just a species name okay. Whatever or reason a sativa is agent rice or what. We are more familiar with as rice. There's also a reside glad berina. Which is african. rice is less common but it was also independently domesticated. But it's been partly replaced by the higher yielding sediba so race can be white brown black purple and red. This is separate from the variety of rice. Which are the like. Actual like species subspecies think like matia rice which is long grain and it originated in the foothills of the himalayas. That is usually what we as. Americans are more familiar with than theirs. Glutinous or sticky rice. Which is used in southeast asia. Yeah which is why if you've ever tried to use chopsticks on rice in the united states there's a good chance that didn't work very well and you got very committee sound why yes one game. At a time. I had no i had thought about that. Oh my god. Great glutinous rice from the latin gluten. Noces manning glue or sticky. It doesn't contain gluten good so the can have both variety and color so you can have both monty brown rice or glutinous white rice or the other way around because the color is often due to how it's processed how is it grown in. What is a rice patty. So it's grown in fields or on like hill steps which is like a practice that's been happening for thousands of years so the the rice. Patty is a Small level feel like it's flooded and the rice is able to withstand that flooding while a lot of weeds and pests are not so it protects the rights as well and these patties have soil. That really won't absorb water so it just kind of holds the standing water and then they're they're held in by like earth borders so they can hold a four to six inches of water for most of the growing season. When you're growing rice you mentioned the I forget the word. You used the husks the shell. What's it called the huskies Do people the farmers like manually take that off themselves or is that a processing thing and also do they have to like individually. Pick up a green of rice. Surely they have some sort of technology that makes it easier but nope nope. There's a machine called rice color or rice. Husker which automatically like runs through and us steel rollers to remove the husk or like a rotating disk that uses abrasion to remove it before that they would often use a mortar pestle. You wouldn't individually off of each grain of rice. Peel the husk okay. Fair so with the rice paddies oftentimes they're harvested manually though. There is some mechanical harvesting. And then they do a process of threshing where they loosen the edible grain from the straw. That's attached to a lot of the plant is edible until they try to take the seed part of that when you talk about a planet you're talking about what then becomes one grain of rice. No okay each rice plant has more than once he cool. What is rice. Look like when it's plant. I going to send you a picture of. I'm not sure how describe this to it. Looks like we so like yeah. It's a grass. Yes i jordan. I've literally never seen races a plant before. I thought you were an individual. And i was so confused. Yeah okay what i'm looking at is like it. Has a green bay like like wheat does and then it. Has you know the yellow part where the actual rice is and it looks like we in that like it is a bunch of rice connected to each other kind of like the way that a wheat stalk looks like one of these things is one rice when rice plant or is it multiple stocks or whatever. You would call those things. I think multiple are connected. Yeah okay so when when they're in standing water the actual rice part is out of the water. It's the routes and stuff that's in standing water the whole time right. Yes yeah okay. There is still standing water. But they're not entirely submerged. Yeah i was definitely picturing grains of rice underway A couple of inches of water. They can that way. Why is that a face hold on during his just sent us a picture of two faces made out of rice patties. Just the first result. Oh my goodness like part. Part of the plant is submerged. But it's not an entirely aquatic plant. It's like right a couple inches. And they're pretty tall. Yeah imagine like the next time you drive through weet field imagining that. They were all standing in like a good. You know four inches of water in a slightly what. We're playing so that the area around it like kept the water in. That's kind of what race patio looks like okay that i'm glad i had that misconception. Why thought that. I just literally is a plant. Take one race thing and you planted in the ground and it goes and entire and you get one more rice grave. There are finite number of rice. Cake bartender eating all of them. They're not gonna be any rice left next year. It's a good point. That's why i was so confused when you said that it was like corn and wheat now is like that doesn't make sense to me but biology strange so okay okay. I'm very glad we cleared that up. Gosh how long have we been farming rice this way. So we've been cultivating rice for about five thousand years cool yup It's a very old and various central plants. Of course our methods have changed because they've become more mechanical. We've done selective breeding for higher yields and the plants themselves have changed with. That's more recently. There's been genetic modification to give rice more nutrients and to make like resistant to pesticides and general pasts but we've been farming rest for a very long time. Yeah well as doing research. I saw a fun little quiz fact. I want to fact check with you. okay my my japanese knowing friend. Oh gosh okay. Vaguely japanese knowing yes so. Apparently honda means japanese. The main rice field is this correct based on it. Yes that sounds correct. But i need to see what the characters look like when it be this. Okay so the the i. I just caught his first things. You just said is honda. I don't know what the rest of this is. The entire corporation named because it ends company but the the first two characters. You sent that first one is it means like real Original also book but yeah that sort of thing and then the second one is in factories. Fatty okay so yes. It does mean original rice patty interesting. What's your favorite recipe involving rice. Cook what's your favorite.

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"rice" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"rice" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello word nerds. Welcome to the dictionary. We are at the last section of page 158. So we're going to finish up the brown words about halfway through this episode. First one is brown rice two words. There's little little burp. I just drink some water. Let's see what happens. We're just going to move on break push through this is a noun from 1916 how old but unpolished rice that retains most of the brand layers endosperm and germ germ is not like bad germs. Although there's good germs so it seems based on, you know, brown rice and brown bread things that tend to be Brown at least in food boy. I'm going to probably get a lot of crap for this but in general, I think you could probably say that they tend to be a little bit healthier than the white versions. I'm ninety-nine percent. Sure. Are brown rice healthier than white rice brown bread specifically whole wheat bread is healthier than white bread. When they when it's white they've gotten rid of all the good healthy stuff specifically here in that says, it's unpolished it retains most of the brand layers the endosperm The Germ I think that's all the good stuff. So yeah, if you can choose brown rice over white rice next is brown rot two words noun from 1863 a disease that stone fruits as Peaches caused by a fungus that awful disease of I don't know what I just said, but it is a disease of stone fruits caused by a fungus and the genus name is Mona Linnea, especially scientific name mono linyah rucola. So yeah watch out for brown rot. Next is brown sauce noun from 1723 a sauce consistent job. Quickly of stock thickened with flour browned in fat I know in England they have HP Sauce. You can now finally find it in the states. I think here and their wage but I think they call that a brown sauce. It's not catch up. It's not barbecue sauce. It's something different. It's super tasty and but I don't know if that's this kind of brown sauce or a different kind but it's probably this kind and I'm sure there's other obviously Brands HP is just the big the big one like here in the states. It's Heinz, you know that sort of thing, Okay..

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"rice" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"rice" Discussed on RPM45

"Hey. This is marquess off and this is RPM forty-five. In this episode of RPM Forty Five I get to indulge my inner Chicago guy talking with Ronnie Rice of the new colony six, one of a number of Chicago bands that hit it big in the late sixties. Ronnie. Was the writer and lead singer of the group's two biggest hits. I will always think about you and things I'd like to say Ronnie's a funny guy and I had a great time talking with him I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I'm thrilled to have you I really ANDROID I. Work but. Thrilled might be a little much I. Am because I grew up listen from Chicago you know and I I grew up listening to you guys. Yeah. Your music is a big part of my life. It's nice when you realize that. You feel good. L.. So. We're here with Ronnie Rice of New County six of very successful group ten singles on Billboard's top one hundred from nineteen, sixty, six to seventy, one, two, top twenty singles both were top two singles in Chicago where the group was from, and like I said, your music was a big part of my teenage years so I really appreciate having you. In preparing for this, it really took me back to the time and reminded me because I kind of forgotten what a great rock and roll scene that Chicago head back in the mid to late sixties. Absolutely. Yeah. Coming out at time option. Yes, we're fortunate. into the ring person who really made it Get. Right at. The base writer promoter see. The beaten our responsible over the success of. Good more now Ugali before I an. Verse single with again thanks to beaten. Our became a number of your style. Yes I remember. Well. They were I robot about. That made it. Would take place on the keyboard where soy edition? Joined up with them after mcgrew. wrote his treat agree to voguish Long Ha. That's plenty saw. People were. SMART. You know what? I wasn't aware that you weren't in the group right I thought the get go right where? The recording session when you say. Okay. So so I confess and it was all over Chicago radio I, mean it was a hit. A big number two here I can say. Nine much nationally until the songs that you wrote I will always think about you and things I'd like to say we're hurting widow had beautiful size really beautiful songs but you. But you know what? At one thing I was reminded of that I've forgotten what I started. You know greeting up on you guys refreshing my memory is that the band started out as kind of a garage band sound I mean, I confess the whole of it isn't that much different than alternative like punk rock. And so. The band was very versatile. They did a lot of different kind of S- towns. You know they start out with that and then they did some really poppy stuff like love you so much I'm just waiting you know treated groovy and then that song can't you see me cry to me it's kind of a British sound. Your Probably. Wrong So. That's a great song. I'm surprised that wasn't a hit. More than I did that. Time I didn't London is that right? I wouldn't even. I'd enjoy until. Now that you're one seeing rain your I liked to do I liked more now than I ever did. So twenty things change for you but Y-. Occasionally. Go it's not bad shouted. Okay. Yeah. We are not a great spirited. I share but you don't like the sound really changed again, occur from garage. Grind van. Yes. The way. One in the right right But as it turns out. Of Balance Only. We apart from that. I think they were fattening or MOS anyway. So anyway. Were arrived. By eight. Mile. Wally. You've had such success with that stuff. I mean how could you not get? What look at. Your. Emotional. You're all good guys. They're still together. We did a television program not too long ago. Was Unbeaten. Around the country. Under. The new colony and merit read is shows only. What was your relationship with all those other bands although Chicago bands? Do you consider yourself rivals or were you all on the same page? At. One time I at least. Competitive kind of. Everybody. In. Bed Your Bigger GONNA make. country. But never gone. Over one day we'd be. In the United States at. Santa Clara. Whatever was and? We follow the after their. Big Butts really were Negro it harm forced. So we were so fortunate because even who said should have made that did not make it as biggest. Agree with that living in Chicago thought the CRYAN shames were big group and then when you get out of Chicago. They were dating really have any big hits nationally well, answer Sandberg because they were on a major label Columbia with right exactly. Were Able They didn't get a promotion that could've? The should. Just credible so I think our job. is a sad thing to marcher. Some Joe. Together. Yes. You know as it turns out that was like I say two years ago we did that show we've been doing it ever since our sater's here. Are you still doing that show my own since nineteen? Seventy. Sun. Angle. About. Rua. Real. Little. Richard. Chuck Berry earlier today.

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"rice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"rice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Rice himself hope you'll stay with us for this edition of new sounds we're going to begin with Steve righteous peace electric counterpoint for multiple electric guitars on tape and then one live part originally played and recorded by Pat Metheny but that was back in the eighties and in the years since there have been many recordings of electric counterpoint including recordings of the peace that don't use electric guitar at all and we're going to hear it's a three movement piece and we'll hear one movement from three very different performances movement one is by the guitarist Trevor bad from his album called warmth and it is pretty much the the classic version of electric counterpoint where that it's is all music guitars by Steve on right tape sh and his one part popular played live nineteen eighty seven but then piece when we called get to electric the second counterpoint movement will for hear electric step guitar story on and off tape who is a percussionist the tape part playing different consists types of mallet of percussion ten other and guitars we'll and hear two electric the second bass movement guitars of the counterpoint and from then his the record live called performer percussive plays counterpoint the the final appropriately part live on and stage then the third it is possible and final movement to do this of electric piece and counterpoint in fact comes we have to presented us it on courtesy new sounds of another live with Canadian all of the parts harpist being played namely live Valerie but mellow it is a logistical so you'll have challenge no trouble to identifying say the least who's anyway recording we're so hearing it takes as we go from movement you know to movement thirteen because people the instruments to play will change this piece live will if begin their guitars the way I'm Steve not rice sure how intended many harvests with guitars it would take playing Valerie the piece Millo would here's know because electric that's counterpoint who you just heard by Steve playing Reisch the third played and final first movement by of Trevor electric Babb counterpoint than percussionists on harps that story it often we and harpist Valerie we heard Millo each of the three movements from three different recordings featuring three different instruments beginning with the guitar played by Trevor bad from his album warmth opening movement of electric counterpoint then the second movement the slow movement was played by so that story on off who is a percussionist and he called his record percussive counterpoint and then as I say the Canadian harvest Valerie Millo wrapping things up with the final the third and final movement of Steve rushes electric counterpoint in a moment another Quebec based harpist Sarah pa Jai gives us a piece of her own that ends up in a musical territory that's not so different from what you just heard stay with us for that and a lot more I'm John Schaefer and you're listening to new sounds on the next all of it will speak with you know our expert team will explain how to trace your family tree which records and documents to look for and we'll take calls from listeners who started their own genealogy projects really Williams leasing of.

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"rice" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"rice" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Jerry Rice is on the line, which yours truly. How are you? My man. How's everything going? Everything's good, man. Another Super Bowl. Here we go. Did I ever tell you that? I'm still mad at you, and my anger towards you has been dating back years, and I have to tell you what you talking about. You mentioned quite you came off, right? Quite frankly years ago when I have on television show on ESPN tubes a decade ago. Okay. Just finished doing dancing with the stars. And if I recall winning dancing with the stars. No, I did not win. No, no. Would you do what you to run came? Yes. I did. I got to beat Shane. Okay. Well, let me tell you something you're dance pretty damn good. And you came quite frankly, and you show dance moves that. I couldn't imitate. So as it was wrong because everybody knows I can't incident, and you all your food to take some lessons. It's all your fault. Well, you don't be blaming me. I am blaming you. Because dammit, you can't I can't I can't help you dance. What you try? I'm not to pay me to give you lessons. Don't play NFL football anymore. I need a job come on. Now. Jerry Rice, first of all what have you been doing? Which is because you're on behalf of NFC. First of all talk about what you're doing with Hennessy, and what's going on with that. Let's yeah. Hennessy is they have of a righty of COMEX cognac brandy and is made in cognac France and two hundred fifty years they have celebrated this with their customers. And you have the never stop the never settle attitude, and that was something that I did in professional football. So hey with the big Super Bowl coming up probably gonna be Hennessy on rocks are might go to Hennessy x ole which is extra extra old. You know, what I'm saying.

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"rice" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"rice" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"It's like three o'clock when you're like so much work to do rather ferment revolution. Then turned in my copy. That is correct that is rice rice again. So we we were talking yesterday about real BC. Correct. So talk to me about that. And how that is different. It was one of those again classic Italian dishes that has this like lower around it as like springtime celebration rice in Ps? I mean, it's like every lots of cuisine stew, this the something about the combination of rice and peas bracelet is it. But I think what it is is saying rec- BC is like very enjoyable. So it's like, oh Reese to be it's like one of those things. And then we did when we were going to do and I started looking into and I was like, oh, it's resort. Oh that you finish with Greenpeace. Period end of story. She always wanted as being a looser than a regular resilience super undulating risotto, maybe more soupy. So maybe I think I thought it was more like soup too. But it's really just risotto with peas. Okay. Well, would would eat. Yeah. So speaking of kind of soup, so we're going from resume. You know, we've spent a lot of time talking about fluffy rice guests now we're getting to result. Oh, wavy rice received see not a soup, but maybe sometimes a little bit looser Seth saucy Saucier. So then let's let's keep going farther from our liquid from whole grain to liquid. Let's talk about examples of superior said. Well, what what am I famous? Same race Moore amount of liquid is that what you're saying? Right. Well, I was going to say one thing that I really like before we talk about, you know, Kanji or or some of the kind of more like purely rice based soup porridge sorts of things is that I love adding just a like a handful of rice to a soup or a stew or something like that. Because what we've been talking about all the starch rice can kind of give and like all that someone's if I have a soup that's looking a little thin. Maybe I wasn't paying a ton of attention to it. And it's kind of like that's bra get some vegetables and just like feeling a little watery. Yeah. I love just throwing a handful of rice. And that could be you know, that could be buzz Matia rise that could be sushi rice that could be an all. Rice that can be, you know, Brown rice the cooking times going to vary. But just cooking for another twenty minutes half an hour just until its release them in that starts because that will actually make all of that liquid a little bit richer until cheer give it body. I like doing that a lot in tomato soup. Woo. And then if you you can blend it or not blend it Blake tomato soup with rice. I don't know what that is about. But like that seem so comforting delicious and then chicken soup with rice total instead of noodles, which I probably had more of that kind of chicken soup with rice. I think so well, I will say I prefer against soup with rice to chicken noodle soup. If for no other reason, the fact that the leftovers, I think are better total soon as you have pasta, and you've Britain about this before I think if you're if you're making like, a pasta fizzle or or like minestrone or something like that. If you got the pasta in there. Yeah. You put that in the fridge and the next day. It's like it's just right now. Now, a solid, man. It's like how did those pastas triple inside the now and get all lake weird and kind of blubbery starts off as an elbow little elbow the whole arm cast. But yeah. Over a slightly overcooked rice is not gonna bother me. Nearly as totally also rehab on the word porridge, which got it has a negative. But it's a wonderful. I know, but people still have been I mean, you know, there was a whole porridge thing, which I was a whole porridge thing trend of porridge, right, which I feel like that porridge moment was also driven a lot by the kind of like new Scandinavia situation, which like didn't actually make anything seem brighter or sunnier just made everything feel like, well, it's not so bad in this warm hut. Well, it's Humperdinck..

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"rice" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"rice" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"And then the key step is that you add the rice, the risotto rice and cook it until it kind of goes clear, so it becomes translucent. Yeah. And that the way that I was taught when I worked at a restaurant was that when you stir it should kind of sound like glass, a home the rattling like marbles viewer stirring marbles around, and they were kind of make it, but like a kind of drought you've dried the situation out a little bit. And then you've kind of coated each individual grain of rice with some of that fat. Exactly. So they're kind of like instead of being like a sticky sort of situation, they're kind of Clinton around. Yeah. And they make a little. Yeah. Litt- clattering glass sound so sorry to to. Jump back for a second. But is do rice. Do you Bryce rains Forbes Zona? No, no rice rinsing, no rice, rinse. Now. It's just going. It's unlike any or even in some of the rice pudding recipes, I looked at are a lot of times when you're going to rinse the race because the rice has a little bit of residual starch on the outside just from processing packaging transportation, but you would want if you want fluffy rice, you want to get rid of that by rinsing pouring out and rinsing and pouring out and doing that again until you can't stand it anymore in this iteration. You want that starch? Yeah. You're like what we're after here is the start. So let's just keep it started. Right. And then so you're in capsulated with the hot oil exactly like you said, and it's it's sort of making this little coating on the outside that prevents it from getting to start your falling apart too soon. So it's like coating in the oil also like is warming. You're also warm. Up the race the grain of rice itself. So that the center is like a little bit closer to what's happening on the outside. And then from that point you start in with the hot stock hot stock hot stock simmering stock ladles ladles you've got like a little you've got your result. O- pot where you've got your clinking broken glass rice. That's now fully translated. And then you have simmering pot of simmering stock right next to it. Yes. And a ladle at the radio and a spoon. Gotta have a spin God to have a spoon. So you have to stern stern star. So this the adding of the stock all resort arrests are going to tell you the same thing, you're adding stock gradually, you're stirring, the whole time. And as you do that the races releasing starches? So there's something about like the gradual cooking time, you're giving the rice enough time to actually cook. But at the same time, you're agitating constantly. So it keeps releasing starch into the stock. So you're adding the stock and and it's being absorbed. And then like the pan starts to look a little bit dry. You hit it with a little more stock. It sounds like he's made. Eto? Me. But yeah, I think the other thing people don't I mean, I'm sure people do talk about this. But it's such a simple thing, and it's sort of this magical process that's happening. But you may not use crappy stock of God, you're better off using water truly and some of the recipes. I looked at actually were just with water. Really? Yeah. Because if you think about it like we would eat rice cooked in water. No problem. Jor happily pet resort. Oh, made with water would like just seasoned water would be really delicious. Interesting. I never done it that way. But if you had a choice between like box stock and water. We'll also if you're trying to make it because I feel like, you know, there there's a way of thinking about resort where it's like it is the dish. You know what I mean? Right. It is. And I know we're talking about rice than spotlight rice in the center of your plate. But there's also so much of result. That is kind of is a starchy base, Allah polenta almost four something like a also buco something media and. Flavorful on its own in which case, you kind of maybe just wanna taste the rice. And you don't need to keep it doesn't need to taste like stock Tanner saffron and tons of other aromatics, you kind of doing its own thing. Yeah. It's kinda weird that way like you could eat risotto by itself, and it would be one hundred percent dish. But then it's a slight great pairing for other..

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"rice" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"rice" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"I learned something interesting though, about my ancestors in some of the preparation for this conversation, twenty three and me. Yes. No, I did twenty three and me on rice. And it turns out that five percent. Did you know that five percent of the world's production of rice happens in Italy? You're going to insp- ace in Italy five whole percent Italy is responsible for five percent of the world's rice production. Will how long has that been the case, centuries and centuries they've been growing rice in the PO valley and all over the place had rice from the valley? I probably have because that's where the Cana Rowley rice comes from and Rowley rice being the secret to a great result. Oh, so okay. So we're, but we're getting ahead of ourselves race one of the great foods just list, we've said a bowl of rice with butter one of the best best foods, you could have. Yes. But then we realized that raises actually so much bigger than itself in a way, right rice isn't just the kind of thing that's on the side while you're eating other things. It's not just this kind of starchy vehicle. It's like they're all these times. When rice is the star spotlight on. On rice. It's the center of the plate. Maybe it's the only thing on the plate. But it has so much more to offer rice as a the foundation of a great recipe for a dish order the mortar if you will. That's right. Not just rice being like, I am. I'm rice, I'm great Rice's going places. It's transform whether it's sprinting are trotting, it's going places. So it is really true. So some of the dishes, and as soon as we sort of, you know, that's the thing about rice. It can actually eclipse itself, you know, it becomes a superstar. And so some of those dishes right away result. Oh, we already were sort of, you know, dancing around..

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