So when your rice turns yellow hard and taste like sawdust and your beans take 3 days of cooking to soften up enought so you can eat the hard little buggers. You can sit back and think about how much time and fuel it takes to make them. Not to mention the loss of nutrition.
But then again I would like to enjoy me food if I ever need to get into the rice and beans. But thats just for me and my family. Hope you have a good axe to cut all that wood up for the fuel to cook it so much longer.
Where do you store 'em??I have lone 25lb. bag of rice that I put in a 5 gal. bucket in its bag that is now 3 years old.
When I got to it to put it up, I did not want to open a new packet of 02 absorbers for one bucket, so I decided I would use this rice. during this time of use, the rice has remained good, even in spite of the brutal summer heat and humidity in Houston.