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Can we trust the cooking methods on the back of the bag?

We have an article on how to cook brown rice. Same goes for quinoa, for soba noodles, for lentils, and for beans—oh gosh, the beans! But what's the point, when you can find the instructions on the back of the bag? Just as great recipes hide in plain sight in the grocery store, cooking techniques are listed on almost all bags of dry goods, and, in many cases, they're very carefully formulated—scientifically tested, even.
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