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11/11/09 10:03 P

Thank you for your reply Kalorie-Killah. It makes sense that it would double.

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11/11/09 11:53 A

Generally rice doubles. I'm not sure if it's different if it's brown or white, or basmati vs. sushi vs. short-grain. For me, 1 cup of dry white long-grain rice = 2 cups of cooked rice.

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11/11/09 11:14 A

I have bought some brown Basmati rice and was wondering how much cooked rice it would yield. I normally cook a cup of rice and store it. Thanks.

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