white rice

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Synonyms for white rice

having husk or outer brown layers removed

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Islamabad: Two Pakistani firms have secured an order to export 65,000 tons of white rice (non-Basmati) to Indonesia, said the Ministry of Commerce.
The bids were finalized on 19th January 2018 and as a result the two companies from Pakistan have secured an order for 65,000 metric tons of white rice , out of the 84,000 metric tons allocated for South Asia.
The Ministry of Commerce is hopeful that the breakthrough made would prove to be a milestone in tapping the huge Indonesian white rice market,' said a statement issued by the ministry on Saturday.
Instead of white rice, use your favorite whole grain, such as brown rice, wheat berries or quinoa.
Brown rice is the whole grain or unpolished version of white rice with its bran retained and contains superior amount of protein, dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can help control blood sugar level, lower bad cholesterol, prevent heart disease and the risk of developing cancer.
The purple rice test diet was shown before to be equivalent to the white rice and corn diets in feeding value (Peawong et al.
The polished white rice was then sieved to record the percents of polished white (head) rice recovery, broken white rice and husk.
SKINNY RICE A low-carb 'rice' made from cauliflower - 65 per cent fewer cals than white rice, comes in four flavours and takes a couple of mins in the microwave.
The Philippines has secured rice imports from Thailand and Vietnam after the two countries presented competitive offers in a state-to-state deal that commenced on Friday, which involves the purchase of a total of 500,000 metric tons (MT) of well-milled white rice supply.
Has the structure-building properties of white rice flour, plus a slight graininess and toasty caramel flavor.
Now, brown rice and other grains have been largely replaced by polished white rice.
The price of Cambodia's white rice increased to uncompetitive levels during 2012, reflecting India's re-entry into the world rice market as a major exporter, and high container freight costs.
It has a mild, nutty flavor, and is chewier and more nutritious than white rice, but goes rancid more quickly because the bran and germ - which are removed to make white rice - contain fats that can spoil.
From plain steamed white rice and whole-grain rice blends to sauced-up rice-and-veggie combos, the options are numerous and still growing.