Brown rice - cooked

Recommended recipe by Milica (Millie) Milovanovic. From "Life of a Metal"/ Educational/Dieting
Brown rice represents the food of life because it has extraoridinary reproducative ability – a highly potent, productive plant sprouts from only one seed. Since its every seed represents the beggining and the end of a plant's life, brown rice posseses the power and energy of the entire plant. This is why brown rice is considered to have the ability to raise the human potential on all levels. It also positively affects our nervous system and all organ systems by raising their funcionality to the level of a perfect machine.
 
You will need:
1 cup brown rice
1 ½ cup water
1 pinch of sea salt (per cup of rice)
 
Preparation:
 
Clean the rice by washing it in cold water and leave it overnight in a pressure cooker that you will be using for cooking the next day. Place the cooker on the stove (do not seal the cooker yet, just cover it), and turn the flame on. When the water boils, add a pinch of sea salt and seal the pressure cooker. Leave it until the steam starts shaking the pressure regulatior, and then place a deflector underneath the pot. Put the flame on low and cook for 50 minutes. When the rice is cooked, remove the pot from the flame and let it seat sealed for another 5 minutes. Sprinkle gomasio on top when serving.
 
 
Note: During this season you can cook brown rice with chestnuts