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Choose one, /ck/

>> No.12908284
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Angourie Rice.

>> No.12908295

Brown rice.

>> No.12908299
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Pasta made with rice flour

>> No.12908303

No. I’ll keep both, thank you

>> No.12908319

I can't do it, anon. sorry

Bolognese but chili con carne!
Tomato and basil with cheese but mexican rice with with fried onions, mushroom, peppers, black beans, chili and garlic!

i won't choose! you can't make me

>> No.12908340

Rice. It's just more versatile. Pasta can be in a lot of different dishes but it'll always just be as pasta. With rice you can make fried rice, risotto, puddings, all kinds of things.

>> No.12908370

You can't eat chili without rice?

>> No.12908389

i don't like white rice but brown rice is great. you should be aware if you eat it regularly that some brown rice can be higher in arsenic than other grains though. depends on the farming method and where it comes from. there are rice farming methods that don't use as much water which lowers arsenic absorption, and rice not grown in the USA also has less arsenic.

>Boiling the rice in a 6:1 water-to-rice ratio (sort of how you’d cook pasta), draining the excess water once cooked, has been shown to remove up to 60 percent of arsenic levels in rice.

>> No.12908398

For me, it’s orzo.

>> No.12908402

Pasta. Whole wheat. Easy. I like rice but pasta cooks quicker and has more flavour and wheat grows in my country whereas rice is imported and i would rather support farmers in my own country than slanty eyed rice pickers in china or wherever the fuck rice is grown. Plus i dont trust asians not to be using arsenic tainted water or something equally as poisonous .

>> No.12908408

Why did they put Harlys outfut on her baseball bat?

>> No.12908425

I choose to rape OP's mother

>> No.12908728


>> No.12908739

>rice not grown in the USA also has less arsenic.

Maybe it’s different in Europe but in most of the world you basically have a choice of food from China or food from US and US is way better for less toxic build up in the produce.

>> No.12908745

This is one of the only instances where the opposite is true, I think. Rice from the USA has more arsenic because arsenic was used on cotton farms before they switched to planting rice, other places don't have that issue. Although apparently rice from california is okay, but it's the southern states producing rice with more arsenic in it.

>> No.12908811

No question. Pasta

>> No.12910216

I choose......bulgur

>> No.12910369

For me it's Гpeчнeвaя.

>> No.12910449

uh um hey
uh I’ll
I’ll have what they’re having
water please
sorry it was water to drink
ok thanks

>> No.12910453

Not familiar with either of these brands

>> No.12910457

Pasta errytym

>> No.12910458

Chilli on chips you fucking pleb

>> No.12910461

For me it's potatoes.

>> No.12910469

That cheap Texas rice is probably the worst in the world. Literally like 30¢ a pound and devolves into flavorless starch.

>> No.12910481

geez is she kill from starvation?

>> No.12910485

i'm choosing rice

>> No.12910578

But I fucking love chili with rice. I wouldn't waste hours cooking a good chili only to eat it with shite like chips (not that don't like them). I could use freekeh I suppose but I like rice too.

>> No.12910598

great choice.

>> No.12910659

Too soon.

>> No.12910663

Orzo lel

>> No.12910700

Rice, nigga. Gluten free

>> No.12910703

>Rice pudding
>Savory rice dishes
>Perfect side starch

>> No.12910723
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>I'm, like, allergic to gluten and stuff, and they say it like causes cancer or some shit lol idk

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>> No.12910966

for me, its fusili, the working man's pasta
I'd miss rice pudding but cauliflower can fill the gaps for savoury shit

>> No.12912097

had rice yesterday, so pasta

>> No.12913449


>> No.12913472

I hope you don't have a lupin allergy.

>> No.12913479

im a big pasta salad fan but im not really into spaghetti or alfredo or cock e poopoo so i guess its rice for me. give me Jasmine, not that disgusting brown rice.

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>he doesn't put orzo in his rice
never gonna make it

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>> No.12914666

rice because I can make rice noodle if I want noodles. /thread

>> No.12914670

Pasta tastes better. I mean rice is almost always a side dish. Sure there’s risotto and fried rice, but they’re hardly the most exciting thing. Pasta on the other hand has lots of great flavoursome and filling dishes. It’s superior by far.

>> No.12914672

I bet you’ve not tried chilli with pasta.

>> No.12914674

rice, only white

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