Both are healthy. But personally i prefer rice. I think it's more healthy then pasta.
While both foods are healthy for you, especially so if you choose the brown varieties of both, I have to confess I prefer rice.
Without question brown rice! And it is a good thing, because half of the calories consumed in the world daily, come from brown rice. It is one of the earth's healthiest foods! Brown rice lowers risk of type two diabetes, helps maintain lower a lower weight. It has over 50% more nutrients than white rice. Fully milled white rice loses much of it's nutrients in the milling process and that's why by law it must be enriched. With all that said, white rice tastes better by a long shot!
by Don Bobbitt 12 months ago
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by Nichol marie 3 years ago
What is the most inexpensive meal that is healthy?
by ii3rittles 4 years ago
Is white rice a good staple in a diet?I personally love white rice with butter and salt, plain, with apple sauce.... I can go on and on. So is it a good staple in a diet? I'm changing my diet so I am eating healthier. No not diet as in I'm going on a said "way of eating" for a certain...
by Mary Wickison 5 years ago
Isn't it healthier for dogs to eat raw meat than commercially prepared dog food?I am considering changing my dog's diet. Currently they get a mixture of commercial dog food, rice, raw chicken, raw beef heart, carrots, eggs and left-overs. My friend gives her dogs only raw meat, fruit, leaves,...
by jenscott 6 years ago
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by cooknow88 7 years ago
brown riceBecause brown rice is a lot higher in fiber than white rice, you can’t simply adopt the “white rice” directions on the rice cooker or the rice will not show up tough, not soft.Instructions:Step 1 TO COOK BROWN RICERinse & drain two cups of brown rice.Step 2 TO COOK BROWN...
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