How to Cook Brown Rice in an Instant Pot

Here’s an updated version of my hugely popular How to Cook Brown Rice post from 2007, but this version is for people who have an Instant Pot. Here are the instructions: Add 2 cups brown rice to the Instant Pot. Don’t bother rinsing the rice since that’s just anti-starch propaganda.Add 2.5 cups water to the Instant Pot.Stir the water and rice for a few seconds to even out the surface of the rice. Just use a finger if no one is looking and if you’re not infected.Secure the lid onto the Instant Pot, making sure the steam valve is closed.Push the Manual button, and set the timer to 22 minutes by holding or repeatedly pushing the + button. If you can get the timer to stop at exactly 22 minutes with a single button hold, you’re a superior human being. Most people will freak out and stop too soon, like at 19 or 20 because they think it’s like blackjack.The machine will start automatically. Hence no Start button. So the action for this step is really to take no action at all, which could mean that it’s a paradox.Wait about 40 minutes (initial heating time, 22 minutes cooking time, and 10 minutes more to see how many people got infected while the rice was cooking). You could wait significantly longer if you want, even an hour or two, and the rice will stay cozy warm. But I wouldn’t push it to three hours – that’s just wrong.Release the steam valve if needed. Don’t burn yourself like an idiot.Remove the lid.Eat and...
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