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MEGAPEEJ Posts: 732
8/1/13 12:37 P

It sounds like it triples when it cooks.

Therefore, 1/6 of a cup should get you 1/2 cooked.

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8/1/13 12:30 P

It said 1/4 of a cup Dry for 3/4 of a cup cooked.

I want 1/2 a cup cooked so how much dry?
I don't want any left over just in case

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