Adapted from the LifeFood Recipe Book by Annie and David Jubb.- Apparently this was not the recipe to post. David Jubb’s book said Canadian Wild rice harvested by the Manitok, which is actually grass seed. Is it really raw? I don’t know. I’d say use your judgement. http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1E1-wildrice.html

Recipe Directions

Soak the rice for 8 hours then drain and rinse. (I’d soak for a while longer). Sprout rice for 2 days rinsing at least 3 times a day and drain well. You can find a nylon mesh bag for sprouting (example on www.oneluckyduck.com which lists as a nutmilk bag but can be used for sprouting) or do it how you think it’ll work.

In a bowl combine sprouted wild rice and vegetables. Use the above or your own favorite dressing. Of course there are so many variations. I don’t use the onion because I can’t tolerate it and use less apple cider vinegar.

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By tgunby

Adapted from the LifeFood Recipe Book by Annie and David Jubb.- Apparently this was not the recipe to post. David Jubb’s book said Canadian Wild rice harvested by the Manitok, which is actually grass seed. Is it really raw? I don’t know. I’d say use your judgement. http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1E1-wildrice.html

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Bummer. The new new Summer 2008 issue of Purely Delicious (Life Living Raw Foods) has a fantastic recipe for Wild Rice Stuffed Mushrooms which shows how to 'bloom' the rice...and then I read in Gabriel Cousens book 'Rainbow Green Live-Food Cuisine' that it is not raw..either is nama shoyu or Braggs Liquid Aminos that many raw food folk like. I have wild rice soaking right now, too. I bought it and I am going to eat it anyway. Where do I get sweet brown rice and what is it? Oh..thanks for the recipe.

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He said he used the manitok wild rice, from Canada? He said it was actually grass seed. And yeah it does split and no sprouting is happening. I'll do more research.

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interistig, out of all people I would want to believe David jubb would know. Or he used somethig else besides rice?

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angie's right, wild rice is not raw. But I love it, it's unfortunate. Angie, where do you get sweet brown rice and what is it?? Thanks!!

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angie's right, wild rice is not raw. But I love it, it's unfortunate. Angie, where do you get sweet brown rice and what is it?? Thanks!!

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The wild rice isn't raw - people used to think it was sprouting, but really it is just splitting from soaking in the water - oh, well, if you feel good with it, then use it! There is a "sweet brown rice" that will actually sprout, though, if anyone is interested. I bought some but haven't tried it yet.

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