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Happy to see this! $4.28 with 15% S&S, in for 3 bags. Thanks OP!
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Rice grown in U.S.A. no bueno.
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What makes it premium? Walmart's brand of brown rice is $3.38 for 5lb every day.
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Rice grown in U.S.A. no bueno.
Why? US rice is fine, demand has even been growing in Japan.
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Rice grown in U.S.A. no bueno.
Please elaborate.
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Rice grown in U.S.A. no bueno.
Why's that, GMO's? I actually though it was Chinese rice by the packaging.
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Rice grown in U.S.A. no bueno.
Why not? Some countries overseas may have more pollution...
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Rice grown in U.S.A. no bueno.
Troll comment... Ignore everyone
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What makes it premium? Walmart's brand of brown rice is $3.38 for 5lb every day.
The consistency of this rice is top notch. Also medium grain is also more expensive. Love the rice for its fluffiness. Great with stewed beans.
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From consumer reports:

Brown rice has 80 percent more inorganic arsenic on average than white rice of the same type. Arsenic accumulates in the grain's outer layers, which are removed to make white rice. Brown has more nutrients, though, so you shouldn't switch entirely to white. Brown basmati from California, India, or Pakistan is the best choice; it has about a third less inorganic arsenic than other brown rices.

Rice that's grown organically takes up arsenic the same way conventional rice does, so don't rely on organic to have less arsenic.
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I love rice but had to loose weight and cut carbs so I've been replacing it with servings of veggies and cauliflower rice as alternatives. Now that I'm in maintenance mode, should I go back to eating rice , although I'm hesistant
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I love rice but had to loose weight and cut carbs so I've been replacing it with servings of veggies and cauliflower rice as alternatives. Now that I'm in maintenance mode, should I go back to eating rice , although I'm hesistant
It's all about calories in and calories out. Use MyFitnessPal to track your diet.
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I love rice but had to loose weight and cut carbs so I've been replacing it with servings of veggies and cauliflower rice as alternatives. Now that I'm in maintenance mode, should I go back to eating rice , although I'm hesistant
Its covid 19 time, you can gain some weight. No one will judge
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Arsenic
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