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  • Bio Dynamic Rain Fed Medium Brown Rice – Grown in NSW

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    This unrefined rice has a beautiful nutty flavour and is grown on a family run farm in Northern NSW.  This Bio Dyanmic rice is rain fed which means that  no irrigation water is needed to grow this rice.  It is probably the most sustainable rice grown in Australia.

    How to Use:

    Rinse a cup of medium grain brown rice until water runs clear. Place the rinsed rice in a pot with 2¼ cups of water, cover with a well-fitting lid and simmer over a low heat for 30-45 minutes. For something a little exotic, try a pilaf; cook the rice in broth instead of water and sprinkle with roasted pistachios, cranberries, raisins, cumin and fresh coriander.

    Ingredients:

    Medium grain brown rice

     


  • Fragrant Rain Fed Bio Dynamic Brown Rice – Grown in NSW

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    This unrefined rice has a delicate aroma which compliments basil, coriander, ginger and chilli flavours.

    How to Use:

    Rinse a cup of the fragrant rain-fed brown rice until water runs clear. Place the rinsed rice in a pot with 2¼ cups of water, cover with a well-fitting lid and simmer over a low heat for 45 minutes. Use the fragrant rain-fed brown rice as a whole food substitute for jasmine when working with Thai flavours.


  • Organic Arborio Rice

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    Arborio rice is a short-grain, high-starch rice that is used almost exclusively for traditional risottos.

    How to Use:

    Arborio beckons for risotto recipes. Many delicious recipes can be found online, which involve softening onion and garlic in a pan before adding raw arborio, wine and stock.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Arborio Rice

     


  • Organic Basmati Rice

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    Originating in India, this medium grain rice has a powerful aroma which compliments curries and spice-based dishes beautifully.

    How to Use:

    Wash a cup of organic basmati rice until water runs clear. Soak the basmati for 30 minutes and drain. Place the rinsed rice in a pot with 1¾ cups of water and a pinch of salt, bring to the boil, cover with a well-fitting lid and turn the heat down to the lowest possible option. Simmer here for 15 minutes. To perfect your organic basmati further, let it rest for 5 minutes and fluff up with a fork before serving. Dishes based on Indian or Lebanese spices are complimented beautifully by this rice.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Basmati Rice

     

     


  • Organic Jasmine Rice

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    This rice has a sweet, delicate aroma and fluffy texture.

    How to Use:

    Rinse once before use. For each cup of Jasmine rice use 1.5 cups of water. Bring to a boil, then turn heat on low and simmer for 20-25 minutes. It combines well with Asian cuisines and makes excellent fried rice.

    Ingredients:

    Organic White Jasmine Rice

     


  • Organic Long Grain Red Rice

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    This unrefined rice has a subtle aroma of cooked popcorn

    How to Use:

    Rinse a cup of long grain red rice until water runs clear. Place the rinsed rice in a pot with 2¼ cups of water, cover with a well-fitting lid and simmer over a low heat for 45 minutes. Use as a fibre-rich substitute for basmati rice.

    Ingredients:

    Long grain organic red rice

     


  • Organic Medium Grain White Rice

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    Soft and mild in flavour, this medium grain rice is a great all purpose rice.

    How to Use:

    Rinse 1 cup of rice well before placing it in a saucepan with 1½ cups of water. Bring to the boil, reduce heat to low and simmer for 12-14 minutes. Take off the heat and stand for 5 minutes. This all purpose rice is great as a weeknight side dish. It is also the perfect rice for creamed rice and rice pudding.

    Ingredients:

    Organic medium grain rice

     

     


  • Organic Wild Rice

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    Wild rice is the seed of a water-dwelling grass. It has a nutty flavour.

    How to Use:

    Rinse a cup of wild rice briefly before bringing it to the boil in 3 cups of water with a pinch of salt. Cover, reduce the heat until it is gently simmering, and cook at this level for 45-60 minutes, or until the flesh is tender and the outer husks pop open. Mixing this with cooked tricolour quinoa creates an impressive base that can be turned into a nutritious, nutty salad or a fruity, brainpower breakfast.

    Ingredients:

    Wild rice.

     


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