wholegrain, parboiled and brown rice
Whole-grain parboiled rice is the most natural form of grain. The processing of long-grain rice only involves dehusking, so that the rice retains its nutrients and fibre. Its light brown colour comes from the cereal germ and bran layers, which indicates its natural form. Unprocessed rice is rich in magnesium and phosphorus. Moreover, it decreases cholesterol levels, is low in sodium and contains group-B vitamins.
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This is considered to be the most valuable rice in the world, and it is grown at the base of the Himalayas. It is a long-grain and aromatic variety of rice. Its characteristic aroma stems from the specific climatic conditions, which is a mixture of frost and sun. Crystal clear water cascading from Himalayan glaciers sinks into the soil where the rice grows. These uncommon climatic conditions provide an aroma unlike any other rice.
Cooked Basmati rice is light, loose, fluffy and often distinctively white.
It is best served with poultry, fish and seafood. Basmati rice can be stored for a long time, while it develops its special properties and flavour.
Long-grain white rice is the most popular variety of rice in the world. It is a light and low-calorie choice. It has a distinctive taste and is an ideal partner for many foods, allowing you to prepare original dishes. It is perfect in salads, with meats and as an addition to vegetables. Due to the short cooking time it does not lose its flavour or nutrients. May contain gluten. Rice grains are long and thin, with a length usually four or five times longer than the width. They contain a lot of nutritional protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals (including manganese, iron, potassium and calcium).
Wild rice is also known as Indian or Canada rice. It originates from North America, growing on the banks of the Mississippi in the form of water grass seeds. Due to its properties, this rice variety is appreciated for its role in healthy nutrition. It is a source of antioxidants, protein, fibre and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Wild rice (10%) has been combined with parboiled rice (90%) to form an interesting mixture of flavours. Wild rice adds a strong touch and a nutty taste to the mixture, while the parboiled rice complements it with a mild and delicate flavour. However, that is not all. Rice has valuable nutrients that form a great basis of healthy eating habits. It is high in potassium and phosphorus, and also magnesium, zinc and group-B vitamins, and it looks great served on a plate. The combination of white, silky grains with dark, nutty ones emphasizes the fine character of any meal. This mixture is a perfect addition to venison, fish, crayfish and lobsters. Try out and experiment with other varieties of Kupiec rice.
Jasmine rice is long-grain variety with a natural aroma. Cultivated in clean areas of North-East Thailand, it is believed to be one of the finest varieties of rice, with the distinctive, subtle fragrance of jasmine blossom. Its grains are long and silky white. This variety is worth trying out, not just for its fine taste, but because it is also high in protein, fibre and carbohydrates. It also contains group-B vitamins and minerals, such as potassium and phosphorus.
Natural rice, also known as brown rice, is an unpolished and dehusked rice. It is the least processed variety, thus the most nutritional. It also has a low glycaemic index. May contain gluten.
Parboiled rice means it has undergone thermal treatment to retain its vitamins and nutrients, and to significantly reduce the cooking time. This form of rice is one of the most favoured additions among those who appreciate unprocessed food, live a healthy lifestyle but, at the same time, choose time-saving options while cooking. To cook parboiled rice in bags, use enough water to immerse the whole bag.
Arborio rice is a special variety of rice with slightly rounded grains, perfect for a risotto, a traditional Italian dish served in the northern regions of the country.
Buckwheat is the healthiest of all grains. It is ideal for those on reduction diets because the process of digestion and absorption of nutrients is slow, so one feels full for longer. Moreover, it is high in magnesium, iron, vitamin E and lecithin. It also has a positive impact on the blood vessels and prevents the development of diabetes. It does not cause any allergies and is gluten-free.