How Wysz makes rice

I’m a picky eater. Until a less than a year ago, I didn’t even eat rice, which as a coworker pointed out is “what they give kids when they don’t like anything else.” Now, I do eat rice. I randomly decided to go for it one time at Shabuway, and I liked it. After that, I started eating bacon fried rice at Google.

Since I had successfully eaten rice that had been prepared by others, it was time to see if I could incorporate it into meals that I make myself. I went to the store and found this in the rice section:

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As you can see, it comes with a teriyaki sauce, which comes in powder form mixed in with the rice.

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This is what it looks like before it’s cooked, mixed with some oil and water.

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The next step is to boil the mixture and let it simmer for seven minutes. After that, the instructions say you’re finished, but you’re left with this:

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As you can see, it only looks like a flavorful serving of rice. We can do better. Wysz can do better.

What I do at this point is open up my cabinet and refrigerator, and pull out anything that looks good. I think of this as “Joey logic,” based on the “It tastes like feet” segment on Friends.

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Teriyaki sauce, ketchup, Worcestershire Sauce, garlic powder, and BBQ sauce? This all looks good to me. Let’s add it to the rice.

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Now it’s looking much better. I think there’s just one more thing to add.

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Yes, bacon. Put it on:

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Stir it up:

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That’s how I make rice. Add egg to taste.

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