A swamp grass that is widely cultivated as a source of food, esp. in Asia,
Force (cooked potatoes or other vegetables) through a sieve or ricer
A swamp grass that is widely cultivated as a source of food, esp. in Asia
The grains of this cereal used as food
grains used as food either unpolished or more often polished
sieve so that it becomes the consistency of rice; "rice the potatoes"
annual or perennial rhizomatous marsh grasses; seed used for food; straw used for paper
English lyricist who frequently worked with Andrew Lloyd Webber (born in 1944)
United States playwright (1892-1967)
Rice is the seed of the monocot plant Oryza sativa. As a cereal grain, it is the most important staple food for a large part of the world's human population, especially in East and South Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and the West Indies. ...
Rice (styled as rice) are a Japanese band formed by ex-Raphael members Yuki and Hiro. Like Raphael, a lot of rice's music is based around the rock genre although instead of guitar the cello is a much more prominent instrument in their work.
Rice is a cooking term meaning to pass food through a food mill or "ricer", which comes in several forms. ...
RICE is a treatment method for soft tissue injury which is an acronym for Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation. When used appropriately, recovery time is usually shortened and discomfort minimized.
Rice (dates unknown) was an English amateur cricketer who made 13 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1794 to 1797.
Rice is a novel by Chinese author Su Tong.
A patronymic surname derived from Welsh given name Rhys
Cereal plants (Oryza sativa) of the grass family whose seeds are used as food; The seeds of this plant used as food; to squeeze through a ricer; to mash or make into rice-sized pieces; to throw rice at a person (usually at a wedding); to belittle a government emissary or similar on behalf of a ...
(Rices) SAD only. Vampires. "Throwing rice" and "baking rice" are euphemisms for destroying a vampire. "Fried rice" is a rarety, a vampire corpse, also referred to as a "Lugosi". "Rice paper" is documents or money indicating vampiric influence.
treatment plan for acute injury to prevent inflammatory processes from becoming uncontrolled and to speed up the recovery process by eliminating swelling; acute injury management.
To put cooked food through a vegetable or fruit press.
(verb) To press cooked food through a utensil called a ricer. The food comes out in "strings" which vaguely resemble rice.
Rice feeds about one third to one half of the world’s population. Grown in warm humid climates rice in North America is typically grown in Texas, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas and Missouri. ...
The most widely cultivated cereal in the world after wheat. Many varieties divide broadly into long grains (such as Patna, Basmati, Surinam) which tend to stay separate when cooked and short grain (Carolina, Arborio, Piedmont) which tend to stick together. ...
Rice is a very digestible energy source and is often used as the main source of carbohydate in pet foods.
a staple grain of the Asian diet, often used as a medium of exchange in economic barter, or to pay taxes; grown "dry" in a cultivated upland field, or "wet" in a paddy (flooding serves to drown the weeds). See CHOPSTICK, NUOC MAM, CENTRAL HIGHLANDS, AGENT ORANGE, ASH 'n' TRASH, RICE BOWL, RICEROOTS.
RICE is an acronym that is useful in remembering immediate treatment for sprains. It means; Rest, Ice (on the sprain), Compression, and Elevation (of the sprained area.)
kan-on ( KA-nin )/bugas ( bee-GAS , used for uncooked rice)
Whole grain white rice. High in energy low in protein. Brown rice is often perceived as the healthier option, but white rice is simply brown rice with the husk removed. Rice husks are not of particular nutritional value to dogs, and are therefore not included. ...