Fitness Minutes: (4,680)
94 3/22/13 12:24 A
That sounds like the amount for dry. Thats about the same number for my long grain rice
Fitness Minutes: (1,751)
214 3/21/13 6:44 P
I agree that it is dry. I also am pretty sure that there is a law that the nutrition information on a package has to be for the item as it is packaged. That is why if you look at a macaroni and cheese dinner for example (not that I recommend eating those...real cheese is so much better) it shows both as packaged and as prepared nutrition amounts. I could be wrong about it being a law though.
Fitness Minutes: (18,745)
283 3/21/13 6:33 P
Fitness Minutes: (120)
2,171 3/21/13 12:31 P
It's dry. I know 1 cup of cooked regular long grain rice is around 200 calories. 1/4 cup of dry rice would cook up to around 3/4 of a cup (varies each time due to water absorption, cooking time/method etc) so that would make sense that 1/4 cup of your uncooked rice 160 calories, because it would be around 3/4 of a cup once it's cooked. Plus, generally packages are for the "as-is" condition (ie uncooked), unless it specifies that the value is for cooked.
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