The focus is on onigiri, bite-size balls of fun, in Rice Craft, a new cookbook by grain activist Sonoko Sakai.
Rice milling produces around 20 million tons of ash per year, and Goodyear has plans to divert it from landfills by using it to make rice husk ash tires.
Researchers in the UK and India published results this week linking arsenic-contaminated rice to potentially dangerous genetic changes among consumers.
I did a lot of research on my journey to eat more whole grains. And then I found one stupendous web page that teaches you all you need to know. Read on.
On this or another crazy-busy day, I hope you will take a break for five minutes to watch an inspired video about traditional farming in the incredible rice terraces of Yuanyang, China.
In my quest to eat more whole grains in 2013, I’ve discovered a new favorite — black japonica rice. Learn how to cook and use this delicious, nutritious ingredient.
I don’t know about you, but all this news about arsenic in rice is a bummer for this gluten-free green diva! I LOVE rice, and it is the basis of most of the grain alternatives I’ve turned to to avoid gluten – ugh. Now, I realize that not ALL rice is laden with arsenic, but this is all a good lesson in not relying heavily on any one type of grain or food too heavily – moderation and variety are probably always key to balancing out some of the harmful effects of any one food.
The rice in your pantry could contain dangerous levels of arsenic. Here’s what you can do about it.
Ever wondered how barley stacks up nutritionally against brown rice? Here’s a side-by-side comparison plus some ideas for how to cook barley.
If you’ve never tried a veggie burger. You should try this one! It tastes nothing like a meat burger, so don’t expect that, but it has a good mix of flavors, a nice texture…and it’s healthy.
My posts on vegan Thanksgiving recipes have been so popular I decided to branch out a little bit and provide you all with some vegetarian Thanksgiving recipes as well. Of [ … ]
Eating a variety of grains is a great way to add fiber to your diet. Grains like farro, wheat berries, brown rice, and quinoa are healthy and delicious alternatives to overrefined carbohydrates. What’s your favorite grain? Vote now!
Once a rare treat reserved for emperors, black rice may be the new brown rice, as it contains high levels of anti-oxidants and fiber.