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No power? No pot? No problem with Jing Si Instant Rice

  • DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Rona Fukumoto, left, CEO of Lana­kila Pacific, and Johan Alwall, deputy director of the Hawaii region for the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, hold bowls of the prepared rice. The foundation is donating 500 pounds of the rice to Lanakila to go into emergency food kits for seniors.

    DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Rona Fukumoto, left, CEO of Lana­kila Pacific, and Johan Alwall, deputy director of the Hawaii region for the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, hold bowls of the prepared rice. The foundation is donating 500 pounds of the rice to Lanakila to go into emergency food kits for seniors.

  • 1. Pour dehydrated vegetables and a seasoning packet over a half-cup of water.

    1. Pour dehydrated vegetables and a seasoning packet over a half-cup of water.

  • 2. Add the dehydrated rice. It will “cook” in hot or cold water, making it handy in emergencies.

    2. Add the dehydrated rice. It will “cook” in hot or cold water, making it handy in emergencies.

  • 3. Stir, and after 15 minutes (with hot water) or 50 (with cold), the rice will be ready.

    3. Stir, and after 15 minutes (with hot water) or 50 (with cold), the rice will be ready.

  • DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Jing Si Instant Rice is easy to make without power or a rice pot. First, pour dehydrated vegetables and a seasoning packet over a half-cup of water. Next, add the dehydrated rice and stir. It will “cook” in hot or cold water, making it handy in emergencies. In 15 minutes (with hot water) or 50 (with cold), the rice will be ready.

    DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Jing Si Instant Rice is easy to make without power or a rice pot. First, pour dehydrated vegetables and a seasoning packet over a half-cup of water. Next, add the dehydrated rice and stir. It will “cook” in hot or cold water, making it handy in emergencies. In 15 minutes (with hot water) or 50 (with cold), the rice will be ready.

No need for a rice cooker, the stove or even the microwave. It takes about a cup of water to turn Jing Si Instant Rice into a flavorful, nutritious meal or side dish. Read more

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