- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Raw, Vegan
- — Low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol and Sodium
- — Contains Fiber and Protein
Organic Jasmine Brown Rice is a variety of long-grain rice that comes from Thailand. Brown jasmine rice holds a higher fiber than white jasmine rice. Brown rice is less processed. Therefore, fiber and nutrients remain intact. Dietary fiber improves bowel movements and helps maintain your digestive health. Due to the preserved husk, our Organic Jasmine Brown Rice is more beneficial because it carries more nutrients.
Excellent for Expectant Mothers
Organic Jasmine Brown Rice loaded with folic acid, which has been linked to improving healthy pregnancies. It makes jasmine rice a healthy choice while trying to conceive and during pregnancy.
Supports Digestive Health
Organic Brown jasmine rice has a more significant fiber content than white jasmine rice. Brown rice is less processed, and therefore, fiber and nutrients remain intact. Dietary fiber improves bowel movements and maintains your digestive health. Long grain brown rice is extra firm with separate grains and sturdy when cooked without the sticky texture. Jasmine rice has a variety of colors. In particular, white jasmine rice is mostly processed and has more nutritional similarities to white rice than brown jasmine rice.
How to Cook Organic Jasmine Brown Rice
Organic Jasmine Brown rice is firm when cooked with a fragrant aroma and nutty taste. The pleasant fragrance, reminiscent of the smell of flowers, and the nutty flavor make this product a unique ingredient in the kitchen for vegetarians, and dieters, as well as all other people. There are plenty of recipes with jasmine rice. This superfood type of long-grain rice is famous for its versatility. It works well with vegetables, many herbs, and spices. Use rice as a delicious side dish, or serve with various sauces. Don’t be shy and make jasmine rice-based desserts.
The main rule of cooking this rice is soaking it for at least 4 hours, and better for the whole night. Combine 1 cup of rice and two glasses of water. Boil rice until cooked for about 20 minutes. It’s best to store rice in a cool and dry place. Pour it into glass or tin containers with tight-fitting lids; this will extend the shelf life of rice.