I have a lot of rice on hand, so I decided to make some rice pudding. Unfortunately, I don't have any milk or sugar. Fortunately, I really do have a lot of rice.
2 C cooked rice
3 C rice milk
1/3 C rice sugar
To make rice milk, blend 1 cup of cooked rice with 4 cups of water. Shake before each use.
To make rice sugar, add a bit of water and amylase to mashed up cooked rice. The amylase will break down complex carbohydrates in rice to form sugars. No need to visit a chemist; the water and amylase needed for this step are both present in human saliva.
Combine the rice, milk and sugar in a saucepan and bring to a boil, then simmer for about twenty minutes until thick. Stir regularly.
I went back for second helpings on this one; it may be best, however, not to dwell on the rice sugar step while actually eating the pudding.