"Brown Rice Cakes!! LOVE LOVE them - rice cakes are good for me because I need to avoid breads, and BROWN rice is better for you. Plus, to me, they taste much better, are always crispy, etc. . . . I just ordered a case to be sure I had some on hand. Great item -highly recommend it!!"
"Why would anyone eat any other rice? The Lundberg family grows beautiful, organic rice here in the US. The rices and products they make from rice such as rice cakes are so superior to all others, I would never think of consuming any other rices. You really need to taste the difference."
Our organically grown, Long Grain White Rice is Certified USDA Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified, made with no added preservatives or MSG. It cooks up light and fluffy for all of your favorite meals and is one simple step toward a more environmentally sustainable lifestyle.
To cook your rice traditionally over the stove: In a saucepan, bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Add 1 tablespoon olive oil and 1 teaspoon salt per cup of uncooked rice, if desired. Stir in 1 cup of rice, cover, reduce the heat to simmer for 20 minutes or until all water is absorbed.*1 Cup of uncooked rice yields 3 cups cooked rice.
Flavor Tip: To add more natural flavor to your rice, swap out the cooking water for homemade broth or stock, or season the cooking water with fresh herbs and oil.
Taste the difference of cooking with organic rice in your next dish! Our rice is simple to prepare and when cooked, the long and slender grains become light, fluffy and delicious, making it a perfect complement for a wide variety of dishes.
Marukan organic rice vinegar is made from certified organic rice grown in the USA. Marukan Organic Rice Vinegar is brewed using a traditional method with great care and aged in holding tanks for about a month until it mellows. The mild acidity will enrich your favorite dishes. We support organic farming! USDA certified, Oregon Tilth certified, certified Vegan by Natural Food Certifiers, Non-GMO and gluten free, it can be found at your local Whole Foods stores and other fine markets....show full description
Marukan organic rice vinegar is made from certified organic rice grown in the USA. Marukan Organic Rice Vinegar is brewed using a traditional method with great care and aged in holding tanks for about a month until it mellows. The mild acidity will enrich your favorite dishes. We support organic farming! USDA certified, Oregon Tilth certified, certified Vegan by Natural Food Certifiers, Non-GMO and gluten free, it can be found at your local Whole Foods stores and other fine markets.
This product made with non-genetically modified rice verified by the Non GMO Project, a non-profit organization committed to preserving and building sources of non-GMO products, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices. Learn more here: www.nongmoproject.org
NutriBiotic has been a leader in Rice Protein for over 30 years. Our Organic Rice Protein is a great option to our original Rice Protein for individuals preferring organic foods. Sourced from organic, whole grain, brown rice, this is an excellent, high quality, vegan protein powder and has gone through very extensive USDA Organic and kosher certification procedures. This easily digestible protein provides an extensive array of naturally occurring amino acids, the building blocks of protein. Essential and non-essential amino acids that make up protein are vital to our bodies. Because our body is unable to make or store essential amino acids, consuming protein daily is extremely important.
NutriBiotic Organic Rice Protein is produced by means of a unique enzyme process. A proprietary blend of plant enzymes is used to separate the fiber and carbohydrates from the protein portion of the organic, whole grain, brown rice. Due to this enzyme process, color, taste, and texture may vary. NutriBiotic Rice Protein is made without artificial flavors, artificial sweeteners, artificial colors, chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, PCBs, MSG, preservatives, eggs, yeast, wheat, corn, and nuts.
Our well-loved, organic well lean products are infused with just the right amount of organic ingredients to enhance their flavor and give them a better texture. Our different range of Pasta, noodles, and rice will always satisfy your craving for a tasty meal!
Organic extra virgin olive oil with grated Parmesan stirred into vegetables before cooking them; just add any of our Organic Well Lean products right in! Our organic products are easy to prepare and perfect as an appetizer or main course!
Our healthy and tasty organic products are made with purified water, konjac flour, oat fiber, calcium hydroxide (food grade limewater), many other ingredients. Our products contain a decent amount of calories, fiber, and carbohydrates!
We offer single-origin Organic Dried Rice Koji, sourcing rice harvested from the JAS certified organic rice farms in Kurashiki-City in Okayama Prefecture, Japan. The rice is carefully handcrafted into rice koji in small batches. The result is a nutty-flavored rice koji, perfect for Amazake, Miso and Shio koji making. Our package will help keep the contents fresh with its protective layer of odor-proof and moisture-proof materials. It also has a resealable zipper for your convenience.
Keto-friendly products typically do not include grain-based products such as bread, pasta, rice, crackers and cookies, starchy vegetables such as potatoes, corn and yams, beans and legumes (including peanuts), fruit juice, dried fruit and certain higher-carb fruits like oranges, grapes, mangoes, pineapples and bananas.
Arsenic is a naturally occurring metalloid in the soil, but the presence of arsenic in some areas has been increased as a result of human activity such as the past use of arsenic-based pesticides in conventional agriculture. There are two types of arsenic compounds: organic arsenic and inorganic arsenic. However, only the inorganic form of arsenic is known to have high toxicity.
In 2012, Consumer Reports released out a publication showing that rice does contain low, but measurable, levels of arsenic. Its 2014 report expands this analysis by including data from the 2012 tests, FDA data, and 128 samples of basmati, jasmine, and sushi rice, 656 rice-containing foods, and 114 samples of non-rice grains.
The findings showed that the highest levels of inorganic arsenic were in rice labeled as being from the U.S. (general), Arkansas, Louisiana, or Texas. The analysis found the lowest levels of inorganic arsenic in basmati rice from India, Pakistan, and California, and sushi rice from the United States. These low levels of inorganic arsenic caused Consumer Reports to increase its recommendations for average weekly rice consumption of basmati rice from India, Pakistan, or California, and sushi rice from the U.S. (from two servings for adults to 4.5 servings per week, with a serving size defined as 45 grams or cup of uncooked rice). However, it maintained its recommendations of two servings for adults and 1.25 servings for children per week for other rice types.
Brown rice was consistently higher in inorganic arsenic content than white rice when comparisons were made within type. Within the brown rice categories, the study found similar groupings of the highest versus lowest arsenic accumulators, with brown basmati rice from India, Pakistan, and California being lowest in inorganic arsenic.
Consumer Reports created a point system for rice-containing foods, with a recommendation that children and adults keep their consumption to 7 or fewer points per week. Foods with the highest point values for children included hot cereals (8.25 points), rice pasta (7.25 points), and rice cakes (6.25 points). Infant cereal had the lowest point values for children (1.25 points).
The Codex Alimentarius, a commission established by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Health Organization (WHO), recently adopted a standard for arsenic limits in white rice. Codex develops harmonized international food standards, guidelines and codes of practice to protect the health of consumers and ensure fair practices in the food trade. The Commission also promotes coordination of all food standards work undertaken by international governmental and non-governmental organizations. The research the Organic Center is working on is using these safety regulations to guide its research on decreasing arsenic accumulation in rice and improving production methods.
Additionally, the organic industry has taken a proactive stance on ensuring the healthfulness of organic rice by supporting research on methods for decreasing levels of arsenic in organic rice. For example, our research at The Organic Center collaborates with USDA on external factors affecting arsenic levels in rice. The goal of these projects is to develop improved rice varieties and rice-growing protocols to ensure that organic rice production maintains consistently low levels of arsenic. 041b061a72