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Cultivated Wild Rice - 16 oz - California

Wild Rice is at base a type of grass that grows in water; wild rice did well in the shallow lakes and streams of the Northwest and northern California region. In the 1700s and 1800s, Indians introduced wild rice to the fur traders, who subsisted mainly on the fish they caught and the wild rice they then bought. The Indians taught traders to eat the rice boiled plain or with maple sugar as a pudding, as well as to use it in soups and stews made with venison, bear, fish or fowl.

Bring 3 cups water or stock to a boil, stir in 1 cup uncooked Wild Rice reduce heat and simmer, covered 40-45 minutes or just until kernels puff open. Uncover and fluff with a fork and simmer an additional five minutes. Drain off any excess liquid.