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ma_sha1

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But was it leftover rice that was cooked in a rice cooker and no colander was involved? MSG?
Absolutely, everything by the book per an Uncle Roger + ultra healthy not yet in his book 😂

1, #1 Asian rice, 红国宝, cooked in rice cooker
2, rice washed before cooking
3, no colander, no MSG
4, leftover rice was used for making fried-rice
5, Ultra healthy CDM ceramic 220v rice cooker, not the typical Toxic Japanese rice cooker*

* Japanese rice cooker dominates the US market & leads in functionality. However, it’s most often made with Teflon (PTFE) coated non-stick Aluminum pot, plus aluminum vent lid. Both Aluminum, Teflon coating & chemicals used to adhere the coating are potentially toxic, especially when scratched & over hearted. There’s some cheaper version made with stainless pot but tends to splash everywhere.
 

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I have msg because of uncle roger. But i have never used it .
How much? Say for 1 rice cooker measure of uncooked rice? When do you add it.
 

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David chang did a talk at MAD on msg i am to lazy to post a link but it is worth the watch. Plus he uses bentons bacon in ramen broth!
Will have to look it up, my East Village apartment was just a couple blocks from Momofuku, used to go there during early days when he was behind the counter slinging bowls of ramen.
 

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I’ve never bought straight msg—but use products that contain it, like oyster sauce, lao gan ma, etc.
I second this. I can't cook with soy, maggi (the one from France, Germany, or Switzerland) and 3 types of fish sauce. Actually, I'm not 100% sure these products contain MSG. They are just delicious so I assume there is MSG in it.
 
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