Add a teaspoon of lemon juice to each quart of water used to cook rice. The grains will stay white and separated. If you want your rice to be light, fluffy and separated, try cooking with a teaspoon of vinegar or lemon juice.
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Brown Rice has all the benefits of carbohydrates with very few of the negative effects. B rown Rice rice is a whole food and makes us full and brown rice can improve cholesterol because of its fiber. Fiber helps to balance glucose levels and control the appetite.The outer layer of brown rice has essential fats, switching to brown rice will help decrease your risk for diabetes. 1/2 cup of day will help blood sugar spikes. Test and see
Wild rice really isn't rice at all, but rather a long grain marsh grass seed. Wild Rice has often been called "The Caviar Of All Grains". A complex carbohydrate, & belongs to low glycemic index foods. Rice is high in fiber and protein, safe to eat in moderation and in small portions. Wild Rice may fight off cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Wild rice, cooked, 1 cup has vitamin B1 and magnesium. Calories: 165, lots of Protein: 6.5g, Carbohydrate: 35g Total Fat: 0.55g, Fiber: 3g
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