Rices & Grains
basmati is a long grain rice, popular around the world. It is often served simply boiled, or subsequently fried. This page looks at tips for preparing basmati rice and in particular some of the inherent dangers in doing...
Rice comes in a stunning variety. Learn about brown, red, black and wild rice and the wonderful sizes, shapes, and flavor these grains offer.
Health and nutritional experts have been calling freekeh the newest super grain for at least two years. How does it compare with bulgur, semolina, and spelt, other grains once touted as super?
A step by step guide on how to make perfect fried rice every time, just like you eat at your favorite Asian food restaurant. No special equipment or ingredients required.
Figuring out what to eat can be really confusing in modern times. On the one hand, we are privy to lots of information about what is goodfor us and what isn’t. On the other hand, the information we get is...
Teff is a wonderful grain from Ethiopia. One thing I love about Teff, is that the tiny round grains seem to "burst" with flavor, when you eat it!
There are literally tens of thousands of different varieties of rice in the world. However, rice can actually be broken down into just three different types if you want to keep things simple. There is long-grain,...
Rice as a food and an ingredient has been a subject of a lot of interest over the past few decades. As that has happened, there has been a growing interest in a type of rice called aromatic rice. Three things have led...
Bulgur, semolina, and spelt are types of wheat. Since wheat is in the grain family, they are also types of grains. How do they differ historically and nutritionally from each other? What about food preparation? This...
When you hear the word "rice" do you immediately think white, bland and boring? Think again--rice can be a flavorful gourmet delight. And more than half of us could not live without it.
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