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How easy! Wished I had known about this years ago as we love Byerly's Wild Rice Soup. Made a half batch, came out with 6 cups, and froze ours in portions for soup making. Thank you Charlotte J for sharing a very convenient recipe.

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WiGal November 25, 2011

This worked so well! I added some bouillon to the water for flavoring but otherwise followed it to a T. So nice to sleep through the aroma that good wild rice can give off and I did not miss the steam and heat that seems to fill the kitchen normally! Thanks Charlotte!

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) June 21, 2009

Easy peasy! I made last night, chilled this morning and mada a salad with it for lunch! Thanks! Made for ZWT4-Fancy Feinschmeckers!

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Sharon123 June 27, 2008

Thank you for posting this, as I am sure the directions for how to cook wild rice on the back of my package would be a whole lot more labor intensive. :) Oh, and a note on servings, according to my package, 2 cups dry -> 7 cups cooked -> 21 servings (1/3 cup each). The only downside to the method of cooking the rice is remembering to do it the night before! :) Made for ZWT4.

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CraftScout June 26, 2008

What a grand suggestion. I reversed this heating the oven in the morning and leaving the rice to cook while I went to work. Came home to fluffy tender wild rice ready to use in making a wild rice salad. Thanks!

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justcallmetoni June 28, 2006
Oven Wild Rice