A very slender, long-grain, highly aromatic rice grown in India and Pakistan; it is aged for a year after harvesting to develop full flavor. Available in brown and white.
- Black and Red
Rare Asian grains with black and red husks and bran coverings; also cultivated in California. This exotic grain is normally added to commercial blends.
- Black Japonica™
A registered trademark. This type of rice is musky, spicy, and aromatic. The rice was developed from a black short-grain variety of Japanese rice, and a mahogany-colored medium grain type of rice both grown together in the same field. This rice is typically used for rice stuffing or other side dishes.
- Boil-in-Bag Rice
This type of rice is usually parboiled and pre-cooked. It is pre-packaged in a colander-style plastic bag. The product is pre-measured for quick, convenient cooking in 10 minutes.
See Rice Bran.
- Brewer's Rice
Are tiny particles of rice or rice chips which pass through a sieve with a 1.4 mm round perforation. Brewer's Rice is primarily used as an ingredient in brewing beer.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture standards state that: Brokens are kernels of rice, which are less than three-fourths of the whole kernel.