Another version of the Mexican drink, great on those hot Santa Ana days here in the Southwest!
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Add 3 cups of water & rice to the blender and blend on high for 45 seconds. Turn off and add the remaining water and ingredients. Blend on high for 1 minute. Transfer to large container (about half gallon in size) and refrigerate overnight. Shake occassionally to keep the settled rice blended. Strain through a nut milk bag into a large bowl. Transfer this to a pitcher and enjoy over ice.

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Another version of the Mexican drink, great on those hot Santa Ana days here in the Southwest!

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This one is different in that the agave sweetner imparts a more of a neutral flavor.

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This one is different in that the agave sweetner imparts a more of a neutral flavor.

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Hey Raw_Chocoholic! I believe you tried MY horchata recipe...haha, that's okay. Meganthevegan-Rice is usually not raw, but there are some brands of sweet brown rice that you can buy that are raw and when soaked will sprout.

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I tried your first horchata recipe and loved it! Is this one better, or just different?

As for rice being raw, I suppose you can always see if it sprouts or not. My guess is that some is steamed and some might not be(?)

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I've just never heard of rice being raw. I know that there is the cooked or steamed dishes that involve rice, but I just never see any recipes with "raw" rice, nor have I ever heard of raw rice. It may not be cooked in your home yet, but I don't even know what kind of processing takes place to get it from a rice patty to a store, to you - the consumer.

If I'm wrong, enlighten me...though I don't see raw rice anywhere in my future meals anyhow...

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I used California Brown Jasmine Rice from Lundberg family farms. It's organic. Why wouldn't it be raw?

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It's uncooked & unbleached. You could also use jasmine rice, basamati rice, or any type of rice you like.

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It's uncooked & unbleached. You could also use jasmine rice, basamati rice, or any type of rice you like.

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I miss horchata, but I don't think brown rice is raw at all!!!

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