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Thanks for sharing.


How is this rice? My go-to rice is Kokuho Rose US #1 Extra Fancy Rice [costcobusinessdelivery.com], which has a regular in-store price of $18.69 for 25 pounds. If anyone has tried both, please let me know how they compare. Costco Wholesale's best-selling rice is Homai Medium Grain Calrose Rice [costcobusinessdelivery.com], which has a regular in-store price of $20.99 for 50 pounds; I don't like Homai at all.

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ill try one and let you know.
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How much is this in store ?
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How much is this in store ?
Store has 50 lb for $24.99
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same price for a week, not really a deal anymore...
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They sell Kirkland signature at Amazon? How long have they been doing this? Is this old and about to expire?
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i think that's the same price in store.... 50lbs/$25 i see at the business centers
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Thanks for sharing.


How is this rice? My go-to rice is Kokuho Rose US #1 Extra Fancy Rice [costcobusinessdelivery.com], which has a regular in-store price of $18.69 for 25 pounds. If anyone has tried both, please let me know how they compare. Costco Wholesale's best-selling rice is Homai Medium Grain Calrose Rice [costcobusinessdelivery.com], which has a regular in-store price of $20.99 for 50 pounds; I don't like Homai at all.

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Taste or texture-wise, I think Jasmine is better than "sushi" rice like Kokuho. However, I'm wary of eating Asian-grown rice after reading some articles about how polluted some of the land in Asia. Thus, I had been buying Kokuho rice for years until I found Jasmine rice grown in Missouri called Martin rice. Taste-wise, it's pretty close with its Asian counterpart.
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This is normal price at the warehouse. Buy this rice all the time and it's good and much cheaper than 3 horse. Good deal for those not Costco members because you don't need to buy membership.
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$13.59 @ 25 Pounds in Ohio.
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$13.59 @ 25 Pounds in Ohio.
So cool of you to not only state the price, but to also post a picture. (I almost said "screenshot" instead of picture. What is technology doing to me?)

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Is it Thai rice? lol
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Note that Jasmine rice apparently loses it's bouquet after a few months... so this could be old/stale stock.
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