The rice in the dryer reached 15% moisture content today, so we hulled and bagged it and moved it into the storehouse. We ended up with 28 30-kilogram bags, which represents a good year for rice despite the sometimes very strange weather.
This video is a real quick introduction into the hulling and bagging process.
When it’s done, what do you have? Wakayama rice!
We have two more loads to do, each spaced three to four days apart to account for drying. So we should be done sometime next week.
(Without delay, let’s eat!)
Rice that was harvested a couple days ago–delicious!!