You mean you don’t know? And we thought we were THE clueless ones when it comes to cooking 🙂 Anyway, here’s how you make rice coffee: 1) get one cup of uncooked rice and 2) roast them until they get dark.
After roasting the rice grains, the next things to do are: 1) boil water, 2) add rice coffee to the boiling water, and 3) keep boiling until the water gets dark. [Okay there might be a more “modern” way of doing it but why change your grandma’s tried and tested method.]
Heheh, if the above instructions are amateurish, it’s because we are an amateur food blogger.
Anyway, now that you have your rice coffee, what do you do next? Drink it of course. But, if you want your rice coffee to have a menthol flavor, put a Snow Bear candy (or half of it) in your steaming cup of rice coffee. [Hah, I invented this “drop Snow Bear in coffee” thing so I should patent it, no?]
Don’t forget to eat the undissolved roasted rice in the bottom of your cup.
According to Dr. Penelope Domogo of the Mt. Province Health Office, rice coffee is a good cure for diarrhea, gastritis, stomach pain, and gas pain. How exactly does it cure diarrhea? It absorbs/deactivates the toxins in the bad food you ate.
Happy drinking kailiyans!
P.S. To be honest though, rice coffee doesn’t have that rich aroma that comes with real coffee. Maybe those geneticists should splice a coffee gene (the one that gives coffee its nice aroma) in rice, no? That’s a project we would support, not the evil thing they are doing now which is to add terminator genes in all food producing plants so farmers will keep buying seeds from evil companies.