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brown rice

noun as in wild rice

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She added that Hain took several steps after the meeting to reduce the levels of heavy metals in finished products, changing out ingredients such as brown rice and conducting additional testing of finished product before shipping.

Ladle the stew into bowls, garnish with the cilantro or scallion, if using, and serve hot, with naan or brown rice.

While the vegetables bake and the chicken browns, I’ll make quinoa, brown rice, lentils, or another grain.

From Eater

A combination of pea and brown rice proteins, plus grains like buckwheat and quinoa, this powder has 22 grams of protein, 4 grams of BCAAs, and 2 grams of carbohydrates per serving.

To get there, it says, Singapore will need to grow 50% of all fruits and vegetables consumed domestically, 25% of all proteins, and 25% of all staples, such as brown rice.

Look for:Purchase breads containing seeds and a mixture of healthy grains (like millet and amaranth) other than just brown rice.

Look for:Try to purchase pastas made from whole grains like quinoa or brown rice to add back some of that iron and fiber.

So instead of selling nutritious brown rice, we genetically engineered white rice that has vitamin A in it: “golden” rice.

And instead of white flour pasta, this recipe calls for brown rice pasta.

Whenever possible, opt for real fish, and sneak some extra fiber into the roll by swapping in brown rice instead of plain.

These women bring very small quantities of the dark-brown rice of Soudan, with ghaseb, onions, and other little things.

Today the menu included brown rice, a new selection of vegetables, and cardamom seeds.

It came out with a brown rice paper and a pinch of Mexican tobacco, which were deftly rolled together into a cigarette.

The rice polish, which is a by-product secured by rubbing off with brushes the outside coating of the brown rice, is much cheaper.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to brown rice, such as: basmati rice, long-grain rice, orzo, pilaf, and unpolished rice.

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