Kokuho Rose was recently featured on the Discovery Channel and was broadcasted to 64 countries in 14 languages across the globe! After two full 10 hour days of filming with the talented crew of How It’s Made, along with some VIP assistance from our friends at the Kokuho manufacturing facility in California, we collected enough footage to produce the show. In that time, we turned the whole operation inside-out and explored every inch of the production process to share with the world how this delicious rice is produced. We are very proud to have worked with the Discovery Channel on this project and would like to extend a BIG thank you to the crew of How It’s Made for putting the show together. Without further adieu, please sit back and enjoy the show!
Made with rich dark chocolate, a punch of espresso and rice flour, guests won’t believe that these deliciously decadent, fudgy brownies are really gluten-free! These thick and rich brownies are a must for family gatherings and holiday cocktail parties alike. Continue Reading
Do you love sushi? We are lucky to have a plethora of excellent sushi restaurants to choose from. But have you ever thought about making your own? What might seem intimidating is actually not that difficult, and you’ll probably find it to be a lot of fun. The key is to make sure beforehand that you have the necessary equipment and ingredients. <p> Sushi can be enjoyed in many different ways. Sushi prepared as rice rolls wrapped in nori (a thin slice of dried seaweed) is called Maki sushi. Some kinds of Maki sushi are Futo Maki (“fat rolls”, usually with vegetable and egg centres), Tekka Maki (with raw salmon or tuna centres), and Kappa Maki (made with vegetable centres, e.g. cucumber sticks). <p> Sushi that is a fish slice on a palm full of rice is known as Nigiri Sushi. If the raw fish is served alone, it is called Sashimi.</p> <p> Today we’ll be making a style of Maki Sushi.</p> Continue Reading
Meaty mushrooms, green onions, tomatoes and mozzarella are only a few topping suggestions, get creative and have fun. Topped with pesto, short or medium grain rice acts as a substitute for dough making this pie perfect for those with gluten allergies. For best results, ensure toppings are well drained. Continue Reading