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Paleo Rice Recipes

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created September 07, 2011 at 2:56 PM

Does anyone have a good recipe for white rice? I googled paleo rice and I got a ton of Cauliflower rice recipes.

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on September 12, 2011
at 01:10 AM

Rice is a grain. Grains are not Paleo. How is rice Paleo, then?

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on September 07, 2011
at 10:50 PM

This sounds great. I'm going to try this soon.

A993550f2a130df8d3462c08582f08ec

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on September 07, 2011
at 07:06 PM

Try cooking it with coconut milk and a little bit of water! Adds just a little hint of sweetness and coconut flavor.

3558d8feb56bc681144f87e67140f885

on September 07, 2011
at 04:54 PM

Many people who are Paleo eat white rice on occasion.

0242b468fe1c97997749db416c92e7ed

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on September 07, 2011
at 04:05 PM

Haha - simultaneous posts. Jinx!

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on September 07, 2011
at 04:04 PM

According to the Jaminets (Perfect Health Diet), most rice toxins are in the bran, so milled white rice is lower in toxins/phytates than brown. Counterintuitive, huh? :)

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on September 07, 2011
at 04:04 PM

Yeah the bran contains all the phytic acid and such. Although I think phytates are inactivated by heat anyway.

7d0c3ea9bf8be00b93e6433d8f125ac3

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on September 07, 2011
at 04:02 PM

Rice with tons of butter was my favourite comfort food when I was little. So delicious.

99a6e964584f20f3f69ad3a70a335353

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on September 07, 2011
at 03:53 PM

Not necessarily. Though it has a few more vitamins than white rice, it also has more antinutrients.

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on September 07, 2011
at 03:37 PM

word! I add homemade beef broth to steam my rice, then add in a CR*P ton of butter, and then flavor it with salt. so good.

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7d0c3ea9bf8be00b93e6433d8f125ac3

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on September 07, 2011
at 03:01 PM

What do you mean? Do you mean cooking instructions? Rice isn't exactly complicated to cook.

If it's flavour you're after, you can cook the rice in broth instead of water, or add some sauteed onion and garlic before adding the water, stuff like that.

Edit: Or make risotto (arborio and other types of risotto rice are fine for high-carb paleo, I assume...) the taste is totally worth the extra effort it takes.

7d0c3ea9bf8be00b93e6433d8f125ac3

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on September 07, 2011
at 04:02 PM

Rice with tons of butter was my favourite comfort food when I was little. So delicious.

A993550f2a130df8d3462c08582f08ec

(589)

on September 07, 2011
at 07:06 PM

Try cooking it with coconut milk and a little bit of water! Adds just a little hint of sweetness and coconut flavor.

6b365c14c646462210f3ef6b6fecace1

(1784)

on September 07, 2011
at 03:37 PM

word! I add homemade beef broth to steam my rice, then add in a CR*P ton of butter, and then flavor it with salt. so good.

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00e8ce6244e5a39951d254e2f877a19c

on September 07, 2011
at 03:49 PM

I think they're looking for an alternative to rice since rice isn't Paleo.

So far, the only thing I've found is cauliflower rice, too.

3558d8feb56bc681144f87e67140f885

on September 07, 2011
at 04:54 PM

Many people who are Paleo eat white rice on occasion.

00e8ce6244e5a39951d254e2f877a19c

(66)

on September 12, 2011
at 01:10 AM

Rice is a grain. Grains are not Paleo. How is rice Paleo, then?

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24fcc21452ebe39c032be6801d6bbadd

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on September 07, 2011
at 06:46 PM

While a lot of us eat white rice regularly (I had some last week at my fave indian place) I wouldn't think searching for "paleo rice" probably would be very fruitful if you're looking for actual rice; I'd just look thru regular rice recipes (curries, risotto, fried rice, etc.) and modify to elminate the bad stuff. Now I'm hungry for risotto! ;)

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007c02eea7bdf63422562667aaf81f0f

on September 07, 2011
at 06:04 PM

I'll often simmer white rice in water with two or three tablespoons of coconut oil added. The rice really soaks up the coconut flavor, and if you mix it in with some sauteed ground beef and veggies it makes a great meal with a pretty unique flavor.

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40449b985898b088a64660b40f329f0f

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on September 07, 2011
at 05:30 PM

Not sure what you were looking for exactly, but I thought I might as well post a good cauliflower rice recipe.

http://www.kalynskitchen.com/2010/01/recipe-for-cauliflower-rice-with-fried.html

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3558d8feb56bc681144f87e67140f885

on September 07, 2011
at 04:55 PM

I don't usually make rice, but when I do, I make white rice in bone broth. The broth makes it really delicious.

007c02eea7bdf63422562667aaf81f0f

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on September 07, 2011
at 10:50 PM

This sounds great. I'm going to try this soon.

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07ca188c8dac3a17f629dd87198d2098

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on September 07, 2011
at 03:43 PM

I'm kind of partial to sushi rice, prepared with rice vinegar and rice syrup.

You can find a recipe on a package of sushi rice.

Add a little gluten free tamari, and it's a nice little snack or side dish if I'm in the mood for some carbs.

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6b365c14c646462210f3ef6b6fecace1

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on September 07, 2011
at 05:29 PM

I love making jambalaya and then serving it over buttered up rice.

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8e1876a74536739ecf7bef97d5d97b76

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on September 07, 2011
at 03:42 PM

OK... hijack for confusion... isn't brown rice better for you?

99a6e964584f20f3f69ad3a70a335353

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on September 07, 2011
at 03:53 PM

Not necessarily. Though it has a few more vitamins than white rice, it also has more antinutrients.

0242b468fe1c97997749db416c92e7ed

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on September 07, 2011
at 04:05 PM

Haha - simultaneous posts. Jinx!

7d0c3ea9bf8be00b93e6433d8f125ac3

(7540)

on September 07, 2011
at 04:04 PM

Yeah the bran contains all the phytic acid and such. Although I think phytates are inactivated by heat anyway.

0242b468fe1c97997749db416c92e7ed

(4528)

on September 07, 2011
at 04:04 PM

According to the Jaminets (Perfect Health Diet), most rice toxins are in the bran, so milled white rice is lower in toxins/phytates than brown. Counterintuitive, huh? :)

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