Toko 4 All - My Little Philippines - Black Organic Wholegrain Rice 1 kg Binayu

Black Organic Wholegrain Rice 1 kg Binayu

€ 6,10

Also know as: Zwarte Biologische Volkoren Rijst
Country of origin: Philippines
Brand: Alter Trade
Code: 0270193
Content: 1000 gr

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Description

  

Black Organic Wholegrain Rice from Binayu is a non-pre-cooked natural whole grain rice from the Philippines.

Black Organic Wholegrain Rice

In ancient China black rice was nicknamed: forbidden rice. Only the emperor was allowed to eat this black rice. Nowadays, this black rice is eaten mainly because of the many vitamins E in it and the high content of anthocyanin, an antioxidant better known from blue and black berries. Forced rice has the advantage of less sugar and more fiber compared to berries.

According to Louisiana State University research presented in 2010, these anti-oxidants reduce bad cholesterol in the blood and black rice would be good for cardiovascular disease. The Forbidden Rice has a natural full flavor, typified as slightly nutty. When cooking, the color of this black rice changes to deep purple.

How to use?

  • Natural with fish, meat, ragout
  • With Asian dishes
  • In wok dishes

How to prepare?

  • Let the rice soak for about 30 minutes
  • 1 cup of rice on approximately 1½ cup of water
  • Boil the rice in about 30 to 40 minutes until done
  • Serve and enjoy!

Storage tips

  • Keep the rice in a dry place
  • Store in a closed container after opening

Binayu

Binayu is the brand of the Filipino Don Bosco Foundation for Sustainable Development (DBFSD). The organization was established in 1988 to combat the problem of poverty among the youth of the countryside. Nowadays, the organization does not just focus on youth, but on the entire agricultural family and develops various initiatives in the field of agriculture. Don Bosco started sustainable agriculture in 1990. The rice is grown without artificial fertilizer and chemical pesticides, 100% natural.

The Don Bosco Foundation for Sustainable Development is located in North Cotabota on the island Mindanao of the Philippines.

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