Ok, in my never ending quest to make my own everything, I roasted some brown rice to add to some good green tea to make my own gen mai cha (brown rice green tea, my favorite variant). And while I'm certain doing it on the stovetop used too much heat, it worked (and was a good opportunity to use ghee). In any event, the result was roasted brown rice, crunchy, tastey little kernels full of nutritional, fibery goodness that you can eat by the handful. ... what else can I do with them? I have a granola bar recipe I could toss them into, but they seem a bit TOO crunchy for that. Anyone got any ideas? Take ten minutes and make some of your own, and think of something, just coat the bottom of a pan with a super thin layer of oil (I used ghee, but olive oil work work too), toss in a handfull of brown rice and stir often over midium heat. some will even pop like cute miniature pieces of popcorn.