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Brown Basmati

Sandra Mort wrote:

>I found the
>brown basmati that I purchased on several occasions to be full of hulls
>and unpleasant to eat,

When you wash brown basmati (or other brown rice), put it into a pot of
cold water or a large bowl.  Stir the rice gently and almost all the hulls
will float to the surface.  You can then scoop them off the top with a
small wire sieve.   Drian the rice in a large wire sieve and then you are
ready to cook it!  ;)


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