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Healthy Eating Tip: Cook Whole Grains in Juice

Cooking whole grains is simple — just heat the grains in water and that's it. If you want to enhance the color, flavor, and nutritional value of the grains, it's just as easy. Just use juice instead of water.

Choose from 100 percent carrot, orange, apple, beet, or pomegranate juices. It's a great way to change it up in the kitchen, and your body will appreciate the extra vitamins and antioxidants.

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goldenfarewell goldenfarewell 6 years
I just tried cooking some brown rice in pomegranate juice, and after 50 minutes, which is my normal cooking time, it's still not done. The flavor is fabulous, but the rice just isn't cooked.
ameliajc ameliajc 6 years
Sounds easy enough! I've got some pomegranate juice I might use to try this out.
darc5204 darc5204 6 years
I sometimes make quinoa or rice in apple juice to use as filling for stuffed veggies, but I think that's a bit too much sugar for every day, and I frequently do mexican rice in blended tomato. The other vegetable juices sound like an interesting idea to try.
Lo-Lo291303 Lo-Lo291303 6 years
That so good.
Lo-Lo291303 Lo-Lo291303 6 years
That so good.
TinaDenali TinaDenali 6 years
I'm not sure about this one... I guess I'll have to give it a try and see how it is! :P
kia kia 6 years
I sometimes do this for breakfast. Quinoa or brown rice with some fruit juice, slivered almonds, and cinnamon.
ShedItandGetIt ShedItandGetIt 6 years
That's a great tip! Can't wait to try it!!
Spectra Spectra 6 years
That's really different-sounding. I've heard of cooking grains in chicken stock or beef stock to increase their flavor, but using juice is something I'd never thought of.
Smart-Living Smart-Living 6 years
So clever...veggie juice, here I come!
mamasitamalita mamasitamalita 6 years
wow such an interesting idea, I will totally try this!
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