I just bought a package of grain in an Asian grocery, labeled 'sorghum rice.' I thought sorghum and rice were different plants, so I'd like to know if this is really one or the other, or a specific species of rice? I searched and found photos that looked just like this, and recipes for Indian dishes like dosa and idli-like puffs. Mine is from China and labeled in Chinese, so I suppose there are Chinese uses too. Could it be cooked like rice, and in what ratios? Suggestions/information wanted! (http://hongdi.en.ecplaza... for the photo)
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