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RICE SPICE TIME IMITATION CHICKEN BOUILLON

AFC BUTTERY RICE

This is our HOUSE RICE. You can enjoy it by itself or in any dish, except dessert, calling for rice. It’s simple and just plain good! The added viinegar keeps the glycemic index down and adds just a bit of zing – barely noticeable but pleasant! Makes 8 cups

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AFC SALAD & DRESSING RICE CREAM

AFC Original Rice Cream Salad Dressing gluten-free – GOAT

Original Rice Cream Salad Dressing A velvety creamy salad dressing that doesn’t require gum powders or other thickening agents, plant milks or dairy-free cream cheese or sour cream! A rich mouth-feel that one wouldn’t expect coming from rice! A true delight. Easy to make. Comes out perfectly every time! Makes 1 cup

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AFC BREAKFAST AFC TOAST BLACK HIMALAYAN SALT RICE CREAM TOMATOES UTILITY MIXTURES

AFC RICE CREAM

RICE CREAM Make RICE PASTE a staple in your home or restaurant kitchen. Get creative with new uses! When looking for the color white – yes believe it or not white is a color – in sauces, soups, gravies, dressings, this is your cheap yet great go-to ingredient. Always have it on hand. A simple, […]

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AFC GUIDES RICE

NEW RICE POLICY

NEW RICE POLICY Since reading about high arsenic levels in rice, particularly brown rice, I now rinse all bagged rice till water runs clear before cooking it. Place dried rice in wire mesh strainer. Run faucet water over rice, while holding the strainer over a saucepan, emptying pan as needed, till the water runs clear […]

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AFC SOUP ANIMAL-FREE MILK PRODUCTS COCONUT COOKING WITH LARGE CANS/bags RICE TOMATOES

TOMATO RICE STEW for restaurants

 TOMATO RICE STEW for restaurants with cabbage, baby carrots, baked beans and roasted peppers.  Seasoned with garlic, caraway and ginger. Sweet, tart and mildly spicy! Gluten-free and fat-free!! Makes approx. 33 cups

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CHEF'S HELPER RICE

NEW RICE POLICY

Since reading about high arsenic levels in rice, particularly brown rice, I now rinse all bagged rice till water runs clear before cooking it. Place dried rice in wire mesh strainer. Run faucet water over rice, while holding the strainer over a saucepan, emptying pan as needed, till the water runs clear into the pan. […]