Rice 101
Rice Types
Rice History
Rice Products
Healthy Diet
Gluten Free
Brown Rice
Dairy Alternative
How It's Made

The Milling Process Produces 5 Different Forms of Rice

  1. Rough (paddy) - Inedible
  2. Brown
  3. Regular ñ Milled ëpolishedí White
  4. Parboiled
  5. Precooked
     

Related Content: Photos of brown and white rice as required. Diagram of Rice Kernel.

Fun Rice Facts

  • Every year, rice is the principal cereal and significant calorie source for Ω to 2/3 of the worldís population.
  • Worldwide, rice supplies mankind with 20% of its total energy and 13% of its required protein.
  • Rice is currently cultivated in more than 100 countries. In many of these countries, entire populations rely on rice as their principal form of nourishment.
  • There are literally thousands of rice varieties. At the International Rice Research Institute Genetic Resources Centre in the Philippines, there are 80,000 rice samples in cold storage.
  • The U.S. is one of the largest exporters of rice, supplying about 14% of the rice that enters world trade. American rice continues to be renowned for its consistency, cleanliness, and overall high quality.
  • Rice is grown on every continent except Antarctica.

Recipes

Rice and Beef Burritos

Rice and Beef Burritos

Rice and Beef Burritos offer families a portable and worry-free meal when leading an on-the-go lifestyle. Whether running to soccer practice, swimming lessons or a t-ball game, rice, fresh vegetables, black beans and lean ground beef will give your body the fuel it needs for maximum performance. Continue Reading

Curry Chicken and Rice Casserole

Curry Chicken and Rice Casserole

Easy to prepare for a weekday meal or sophisticated enough for a weekend dinner party, the Curry Chicken and Rice Casserole meets the demands of today's conscientious foodies. Healthy ingredients, rich in fiber and delicious wholesome flavours will make this your new go-to recipe. Continue Reading

Sushi Roll Rice Salad

Sushi Roll Rice Salad

This is a great pre-workout meal that is easy to prepare. A salad version of a deconstructed sushi roll, this dish is quickly assembled with leftover brown rice and highlighted with Japanese-inspired textures and flavours. Carbohydrate-rich brown rice is the best energy fuel, especially when combined with a protein such as the cooked shrimp in this recipe. Continue Reading