Ten-Second Tips for the Kitchen | Rice
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When boiling rice, a good rule of thumb is to fill the water in the pan and cover the rice up to about your first digit.  Boil on high until you see little craters and the water receding into the rice.  Then cover and reduce the heat until done.

To prevent boil over: If you rub some butter or oil along the inside rim of the pot, it will reduce or prevent the pot from boiling over.

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