Brown Rice Milk

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This recipe uses cooked rice.  I’ve tried a few experiments using uncooked rice to make a “raw” rice milk but have not been pleased with the results so far.  I’ll keep working on it.  Covered, this should keep in your refrigerator for 4 to 5 days.

1 cup cooked brown rice
3 cups cold water
3 – 4 tbsp. agave nectar
1 tsp. vanilla extract
10 – 12 ice cubes

Place all ingredients in blender and run on high speed for 3 – 4 minutes (at least 2 but preferably 3 “Soups” cycles with a Blendtec).  Refrigerate overnight and shake well before serving.

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  1. hi there B-dude!

    I stumbled across your site in search for what people think of the new Vitamix compact container. I have one and I’m not sure I like the wide version since it seems like I need to make slightly larger quantities in order for it to blend better. Anyways… I digress.

    My question for you is:
    In this recipe, does it matter if it is brown rice cooked in a rice cooker versus cooked on a stove top? (Not sure if it makes a difference or not.)

    Thank you!
    Rita

    • Blenderdude

      Rita, that is certainly a legitimate issue. Many Blendtec users expressed the same concern when the WildSide was introduced. As for the rice, to the best of my knowledge there should be no difference in the result if your rice was cooked with one method versus another.

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