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    how long will cooked rice last in the fridge?

    how long will cooked rice last in the fridge? any special way to contain it?
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    Keep it in a sealed container, I wouldn't keep it around for more than a couple of days. If you have the long grain variety, it will get hard pretty sooner than the short grain variety due to their slightly different starch make up.
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    I find it lasts awhile, but then I'm not picky when it comes to food quality.

    If it gets too hard and dry to eat normally, make fried rice!
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    This might sound weird but try putting it in teh freeezer. Than heat up up hecka when ur gonna eat it. Just try it
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    Originally Posted by kstufff View Post
    how long will cooked rice last in the fridge? any special way to contain it?
    "Storing Brown Rice
    Cooked brown rice can be stored, covered tightly, in a shallow container in the refrigerator for up to 7 days or in the freezer for 6 months according to the USA Rice Federation. After cooked rice has cooled in the refrigerator, transfer it to plastic freezer bags in quantities needed for future meals. Label with the date and quantity.

    Because of the oil in its bran layer, brown rice has a shorter shelf life than white rice and maintains its quality for about six months. For longer storage, refrigerate or freeze brown rice. "

    Per: http://lancaster.unl.edu/food/ciq-brown-rice.shtml
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    opps, should have added:

    "IMPORTANT! Refrigerating Cooked Rice

    Promptly refrigerate extra cooked rice in shallow containers as it cools faster in the refrigerator. It's OK to refrigerate foods while they're still warm. Perishable cooked foods, such as rice, shouldn't be left at room temperature longer than TWO hours TOTAL time.

    For thicker foods -- such as rice, soups, hot puddings, etc. -- limit depth of food to 2 inches. Loosely cover the rice. This allows heat to escape and protects from accidental contamination from other foods during cooling. Cover tightly when cooled."
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    Originally Posted by oaks View Post
    opps, should have added:

    "IMPORTANT! Refrigerating Cooked Rice

    Promptly refrigerate extra cooked rice in shallow containers as it cools faster in the refrigerator. It's OK to refrigerate foods while they're still warm. Perishable cooked foods, such as rice, shouldn't be left at room temperature longer than TWO hours TOTAL time.

    For thicker foods -- such as rice, soups, hot puddings, etc. -- limit depth of food to 2 inches. Loosely cover the rice. This allows heat to escape and protects from accidental contamination from other foods during cooling. Cover tightly when cooled."
    -Thank you! Over achiever answer, but useful!
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    rice storage

    The general rule of thumb is 4 days in a sealed container. Health concerns after too long for rice-- no matter what variety.


    But I love rice so much I always eat it all the day I make it....
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    Originally Posted by tallman95 View Post
    The general rule of thumb is 4 days in a sealed container. Health concerns after too long for rice-- no matter what variety.


    But I love rice so much I always eat it all the day I make it....
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    For how much rice costs you may as well cook more. Give any leftovers to your pets or birds.

    One of my friends got seriously ill from eating leftover rice (reheating it can be dangerous if not done correctly). I don't think it's worth the risk.
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    Originally Posted by bearskills View Post
    For how much rice costs you may as well cook more. Give any leftovers to your pets or birds.

    One of my friends got seriously ill from eating leftover rice (reheating it can be dangerous if not done correctly). I don't think it's worth the risk.
    Re: Bolded: Do tell ?
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    Originally Posted by MetilHed View Post
    Re: Bolded: Do tell ?
    EDIT: It seems that it's not the reheating that causes the problem but how it was cooled.

    I can't post links (not enough posts)...but google search 'danger reheating rice' for results OR if you want specifics, Google 'danger reheating rice NHS', which should take you to the UK government's website about the page. Rice is one of the most dangerous foods to eat later.

    I'll see if I can paste it:
    Can reheating rice cause food poisoning?

    Yes. You can get food poisoning from eating reheated rice. However, it's not the reheating that causes the problem but the way the rice has been stored before it was reheated.
    How does reheated rice cause food poisoning?

    Uncooked rice can contain spores of Bacillus cereus, a bacterium that can cause food poisoning. When the rice is cooked, the spores can survive.

    If the rice is left standing at room temperature, the spores can grow into bacteria. These bacteria will multiply and may produce toxins (poisons) that cause vomiting or diarrhoea.

    The longer cooked rice is left at room temperature, the more likely it is that the bacteria or toxins could make the rice unsafe to eat.
    Symptoms of food poisoning

    If you eat rice that contains Bacillus cereus bacteria you may sick and experience vomiting or diarrhoea about 1-5 hours afterwards. Symptoms are relatively mild and usually last about 24 hours.
    Tips on serving rice safely

    ideally, serve rice as soon as it has been cooked
    if that isn't possible, cool the rice as quickly as possible (ideally within one hour)
    keep rice in the fridge for no more than one day until reheating
    when you reheat any rice, always check that the dish is steaming hot all the way through
    do not reheat rice more than once
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