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    Hi,

    Yes it is true that fermented rice water is very good for the hair. It makes the hair very soft.

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    I like the idea of this, but I'm far too lazy. I looked at some other videos and it only keeps for a week, if it kept longer I could make a up a big batch and use whenever, then I'd be on bored.


    Would like to grow to waist...and then take it from there!

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    Got my rice fermenting. I'll have a crack at it tomorrow night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by missblueeyes View Post
    So, I'm still very interested in doing this but: What do you do with the rice that's left? Do you just throw it out? That just seems really wasteful to me. Could you just cook the rice afterwards and prepare it like you would normal rice? If so, I might actually try it soon!
    It's actually the way we prepare our rice most of the time... rinse until clear and cook it after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Platzhalter View Post
    It's actually the way we prepare our rice most of the time... rinse until clear and cook it after that.
    So, you're saying I could just wash the rice, put the water I washed it with into the fridge for 24 hours and then use the rice for something else? I thought the rice has to be inside the water for the 24 hours for it to work. Man, I'm really confused. :S
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    Quote Originally Posted by syndel View Post
    Got my rice fermenting. I'll have a crack at it tomorrow night.
    Me too, tho I got it ready yesterday and gonna do it some time today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Platzhalter View Post
    It's actually the way we prepare our rice most of the time... rinse until clear and cook it after that.
    Us too, we soak the rice for like 30 mins and then dump it out n cook the rice.

    But for this process you have to let it ferment which will take a day or 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missblueeyes View Post
    So, you're saying I could just wash the rice, put the water I washed it with into the fridge for 24 hours and then use the rice for something else? I thought the rice has to be inside the water for the 24 hours for it to work. Man, I'm really confused. :S

    There seem to be various opinions on how to make the rice water, but the version I hear about mostly is the one where you use the rice washing water you automatically have when making rice. Wash the rice, save the first rinse and let it ferment.

    I even used to throw the water away... until hearing about the ways fermented rice water can be used. Depending on how "milky" the water looks after washing it for the second time, we even use that part as well.
    Last edited by Platzhalter; November 16th, 2015 at 11:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Platzhalter View Post
    There seem to be various opinions on how to make the rice water, but the version I hear about mostly is the one where you use the rice washing water you automatically have when making rice. Wash the rice, save the first rinse and let it ferment.

    I even used to throw the water away... until hearing about the ways fermented rice water can be used. Depending on how "milky" the water looks after washing it for the second time, we even use that part as well.
    I understand! Thanks for explaining this to me, Platzhalter! I'll save the water next time we make rice and try the rinse then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by missblueeyes View Post
    I understand! Thanks for explaining this to me, Platzhalter! I'll save the water next time we make rice and try the rinse then.
    Nice to hear that my explanation is helping you

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