Thus, Rice in a Toaster Oven: Earth-made, from before the invasion. So at least, I know that contraption is safe.
- ⅓ Cup Rice
- ½ Cup Water
- The magic ratio is 2 Parts Rice to 3 Parts Water.
- Small Bowl
- Covered in Tinfoil:
- I'll find some sort of perma-cover eventually.
- With venting slits.
- 60 minutes at 350°
- ½ Cup Frozen Baked Beans
- Added at the halfway mark.
Pro Tip: I only stockpile food, which I am willing to eat. Thus, I've eaten through my over-supply of Sardines, Canned Pasta, and the like, having to restock the former, as I like having Sardines on hand.
Anyway, this Rice Bean Mixture is good stuff: passably edible; and then, some.
I have been known to sprinkle a few Tablespoons of Frozen Shredded Beef (or Pork) over the top and add Pickle Juice. And if I were still using Sugar, I would be more than happy (delighted, in fact) to top it off with Ketchup, BBQ Sauce, or Mustard.
Finally, I will just remark how odd it is how many Carbs I am consuming in a near Keto Household on account of a desire to run the supplies down; rather than, throwing them out. And even after half a year, I still have plenty of Sugar, Flour, and Rice, and a fair number of Specials: such as Honey, Sweetened Condensed Milk, Corn Syrup, Maple Syrup, and the like.
Of course, new stuff trickles in.
But someday, the goal is to have to buy Sugar if I want to bake a cake.