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Whole-Grain Rice Buyer's Guide

Whole-grain rice has been minimally processed, just enough to sort and remove the inedible outer husk, leaving the nutritious outer bran layer intact. ā€œThink of the rice kernel like an apple: whole-grain brown rice is the apple with the peel intact and white rice is a peeled apple,ā€ says Jessica Lundberg of Lundberg Family Farms.

Long-grain Brown Easy to find in any supermarket, has a mildly sweet, nutty flavor. This all-purpose rice has grains almost five times longer than their width, which stay separate and fluffy when cooked.

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