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September 11, 2009



Is this the same as congee? I think it is ubiquitous across Asia - my Korean in-laws eat something like this but with lots of veggies, and I'm sure kimche. They use white rice too but with beans in it.

Mark Bishop

In my experience, congee is usually pretty bland, and eaten with savory foods. Like what I used to have in Taiwan. But I think there are many kinds. Maybe I should tell Henry that he's eating fruit congee... it's fun word to say.


Love the idea!

And I join you in beseeching the Chinese/Thai restaurant owners of Chicago to please, please, PLEASE! put brown rice on the menu.


Is that your kid in the photo? Really looks like he does looove it. :D

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