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    We use basmati rice in our house. We eat rice a good 3 nights a week.

    I quite like brown rice but DH doesn't, so I don't bother having it in our pantry (DH is the one who generally cooks our meals that have rice with them).

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    I like brown, my partner likes white. I do like white coconut rice with my takeway thai though.

    I have been looking for black though. Is it only in the health food store, as none at supermarket.

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    I like both, depends what we're having.

    But actually basmati rice is the lowest in GI & carbs, not brown rice. Jasmine & arborio are the worst.

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    I use those sun rice brown rice cups!! They are awesome!

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    I like both but prefer brown rice yum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ana Gram View Post
    I love brown rice but have been looking into black rice. Tried one recipe but failed dismally But it is lower in carbs that any of the others (my dad's has diabetes)
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    Red rice which has the same nutritional value of brown rice
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    Black rice? Red rice? I had no idea there are other colours than white and brown!
    Ditto! Never head of re and black. Glad I made this post. Will have to check out our Woolies today.

    Can you believe I have never made a Risotto before??? I was brought up in Europe and Asian meals weren't as popular there as the Middle Eastern. Even those I hardly ate.
    We always used to eat brown rice at home, but mum would just cook it dry and it was yuck. I use absorption which makes it much more fluffier and yummier.

    I have used Jasmine a few times, but can't taste the difference between that and plain white rice. Probably because I mix sauce through it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ana Gram View Post
    I love brown rice but have been looking into black rice. Tried one recipe but failed dismally But it is lower in carbs that any of the others (my dad's has diabetes)
    I've used the black rice in a recipe a long time ago and remember it being nice but I think I remember reading somewhere that it isn't technically a rice?

    It was quite long grains I remember and they swelled up and kind of burst open the outer casing? But they were kind of like a reed rather than a grain.. Or am I thinking of something else?

    ETA I just googled and think I may have had unmilled black rice (which is in fact a rice after all so don't know what made me think otherwise) which could explain the outer casing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misschief View Post
    Ditto! Never head of re and black. Glad I made this post. Will have to check out our Woolies today.
    U wont find red rice at woollies. It's at the Asian gourmet shops... The bigger ones I guess..

    I've never made risotto either... :/

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    I love wild rice.

    Otherwise, I tend to choose brown these days. More flavour, better texture.

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    I have never tried brown rice, I might buy some next week though because it actually looks quite tasty. We only ever have Basmati made in the rice cooker, it is always perfect!


 

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