An aromatic long grain rice originally grown only in Thailand. While cooking, this exotic rice fills your kitchen with a delicate scent. Use as a side dish or in pilafs and desserts.
After cooking, the whole grains remain fluffy and separate - making this versatile long grain brown rice especially suitable for stuffings, pilafs, salads, casseroles, and stir-fry dishes.
With just the right amount of stickiness and natural sweetness, this rice is perfect for California style rolls. Also suitable for rice salads and other Asian dishes.
Arborio is a traditional Italian rice used most often in dishes where a creamy texture is desired. Risotto is an Italian technique for cooking Arborio.
Extremely high in a class of flavonoid antioxidants called anthocyanins, Forbidden Rice is also rich in iron and, according to Chinese herbal medicine, considered to be a blood tonifier. A striking presence on any plate, this once forbidden indulgence is now a wholesome everyday rice. It pairs beautifully with all cuisines - use it steamed plain, in a pilaf, stir-fry, salad or pudding.
A colourful blend of nutrient-dense Sintanur brown rice and, whole grain red rice and lightly milled red rice that is reputed to restore vitality. It's no wonder the Javanese favour these healthy rices for their satisfying wholesome flavour.
Wheat berries are whole, unprocessed wheat kernels. As a result, wheat berries retain all of the grain's vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals. A half-cup (125 ml) serving of cooked wheat berries is a great source of manganese, selenium, phosphorus and magnesium. Wheat berries also contain lignans, phytochemicals thought to guard against breast and prostate cancers. Great for kutya, salads, or a substitute for rice.
According to the FDA, barley's soluble fiber reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and can lower cholesterol. But that's not all that this amazing food does! Barley also contains insoluble fiber, which reduces the risk of Type 2 diabetes and colon cancer. One cup of cooked barley provides 193 calories, 6 grams of fiber and 3.5 grams of protein. With less than one gram of fat per serving, barley is a virtually fat-free food and is also cholesterol-free.
Millet is a gluten free ancient grain that cooks quickly and has a pleasantly mild, slightly sweet flavor. It's perfect for whole grain salads and as a substitute for rice in pilafs or stir fries. One of the BRM™ Grains of Discovery.
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