My family eats a lot of rice at dinner time. Most of the time we’ll make a full pot of rice, then save the leftovers for use later. The best method we have found to store the cooked rice is to spoon out a single serving (roughly enough to fill a rice-bowl) onto some plastic wrap, then put these packets of rice in a ziploc freezer bag. This goes into the freezer. Then when some rice is needed, just put a packet into the microwave for a minute. Once is is a little defrosted, empty the rice into a bowl (or multiple packets into a larger bowl), cover and microwave again until it’s nice and hot. One tip is to not mush down the rice when you are wrapping it up. Try to keep it as fluffy as possible. If anyone has any other tips, please share!