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Yumenishiki Brown Rice, 1 Kg

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Better for you and just as tasty.

Great Japanese cooking requires great Japanese rice, and this 1kg box of Yumenishiki brown rice is up to the task. Cultivated in Italy, this rice is a new variety of Koshihikari (a type of Japonica rice), grown using traditional Japanese growing methods and prepared with the outer bran layer kept on, which gives the rice extra nutritional benefits and a slightly nutty flavour. Use every day as a side dish to a Japanese meal, or mould into sushi and onigiri rice balls.

ITEM ID: #3274

Background

As the interest in Japanese cuisine has grown worldwide, so too has the demand for Japanese, or Japonica, rices. These rices are small to medium in grain size and become particularly sticky when cooked, making them ideal for eating out of side bowls with chopsticks, or for pressing into moulded sushi and onigiri rice ball shapes. Take a look at Japan Centre's Rice section for a fantastic variety of white and brown Japonica rice, grown in Japan and around the world.

Nutrition

Per 100g:
• Energy: 1476kJ/348kcal
• Fat: 3.0g
  (of which Saturates: 0.6g)
• Carbohydrate: 72g
  (of which Sugars: 0.9g)
• Protein: 6.6g
• Salt: <0.01g

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REVIEWS

4 reviews
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22-10-2015
Taste little dry but easy to cook.
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07-06-2016
Great quality product
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19-04-2017
Glad to find good quality brown rice here !
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30-01-2018
Good, a bit surprised to learn that it's grown in Italy.