Safe Rice

Safe Rice

There are steps you can take in order to ensure you don’t encounter harmfu l bacteria. Mainly, it’s down to how the rice was stored after being cooked for the first time.

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Elisha returned to Gilgal and there was a famine in that region. While the company of the prophets was meeting with him, he said to his servant, “Put on the large pot and cook some stew for these men.”

One of them went out into the fields to gather herbs and found a wild vine. He gathered some of its gourds and filled the fold of his cloak. When he returned, he cut them up into the pot of stew, though no one knew what they were. The stew was poured out for the men, but as they began to eat it, they cried out, “O man of God, there is death in the pot!” And they could not eat it.

Elisha said, “Get some flour.” He put it into the pot and said, “Serve it to the people to eat.”

And there was nothing harmful in the pot.  (2 Kings 4:38-41)

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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Article Reference

(mirror.co.uk)—The Food Standards Agency explains: “It’s not actually the reheating that’s the problem – it’s the way the rice has been stored before reheating.”

The good news is that it’s easily avoided. There are steps you can take in order to ensure you don’t encounter harmfu l bacteria. Mainly, it’s down to how the rice was stored after being cooked for the first time.

Rice contains spores of a potentially harmful bacteria strand called Bacillus Cereus. These are small cells that are capable of reproducing quickly, and might make you ill if they’re allowed to manifest.