How to Cook Quinoa and Rice (without a measuring cup) - I Am Not a Chef (Ep.18)

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Put down that measuring cup and learn how to cook rice and quinoa without the use of a measuring cup. Simply fill the pot with water using your hand and thumb for proper measurement.

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