Is rice good or bad? If its bad what is better?
good, beans are much better, tastier, much more protein and other vitamins and minerals.
>not eating beans and rice together
rice is shit because it needs so much water to grow and chinese childhands are picking each single rice kernel and get payed 0,0003 cents for each
>>not eating beans and rice together
NICE TRY TACO COUNCIL
GI's way higher than pasta. Good cheap food, but can't be used as more than a spacer unless you want to feel like shit for a while.
I hope so because I just ate a ton of it
I'm eating red lentils with black bean puree
high fiber, high protein
Tasty, dirt cheap, lots of calories, stores easily and for a long time. Yeah I’d say really rice is good. Don’t go crazy or anything always have more meat and veg than you do rice and you’re golden.
stop using commas where there should be a period
Are bots making threads to keep this board alive? I swear it's just the same threads over and over.
No, I'm just new here (2nd post)
Red lentils are better
And a beep boopity bloop to you too.
white rice and potatoes (all kinds) are my go to carb sources, without counting fruit and veggies
rarely do I eat pasta or other stuff
good. if i dont eat it, my lifts are going to feel heavier
Beans and potatoes have better nutritional quality, but rice is perfectly fine as a cheap source of calories and carbs.
it is a food source, it does not know of morals
How do you make them
I used to just boil into a sludge but i got tired of that
>grate that shit up
>dry it out a bit
>you now have a alternative to rice with the same texture, and no calories, carbs or fat
>implying I'm not eating rice for its specific nutrients
be gone fatty
Red beans and rice for every lunch
Rice is calorie a dense but relatively low nutrition food. There's no good or bad, it depends on your goal. If you're trying to lose fat, avoiding carbs is naturally the easiest way to do so. If you're bulking, good luck gaining any weight without carbs.
I feel like the average person eats too much, though. Less carbs and more fibrous vegetables and you'll feel the same level of satiety but in less calories.
>not eating rice, potatoes, or oats for your carbs
what is wrong with you