THINK: Delicious

  • Black Rice Panna Cotta

    Irresistibly gorgeous and a snap to make, our version of panna cotta (Italian for cooked cream) is darker. Straying from tradition, the addition of pureed black rice enhances the texture, which is perfectly complemented by a blueberry coulis, dollop of whipped cream, fresh berries and some crunchy sesame snaps. An easy, impressive, delicious and gluten-free dessert. View Recipe.
  • Sweet and Salty Brown Rice Granola

    Granola is the best breakfast accessory and portable snack. This granola version incorporates brown rice in an unexpected way, extending its versatility as the perfect crunchy topper for a yogurt bowl or salad; a delicious all-day snack; or as a great addition to a cheese board. Bake once; use multiple ways. View Recipe.
  • Cilantro Green Rice

    Go green! For flavour and a pop of colour, consider this easy, delicious and gluten-free rice a new ‘go to’ recipe. This elegant dish is the perfect accompaniment to a holiday dinner, buffet or brunch and made quickly enough to be part of a weeknight or anytime meal. View Recipe.
  • Hawaiian Tuna Poke Bowl

    For a taste of Hawaii, try this healthy, gluten-free, poke (Poh-keh) bowl made with brown rice, fresh tuna and a mix of fresh and flavourful ingredients. For an additional flavour twist, we created a lemon pickle. Poke around your fridge and add other fresh produce to the bowl, you can’t go wrong. View Recipe.
  • Crab and Rice Stuffed Portobellos

    Appetizer? Side dish? Main? This easy and delicious Portobello recipe is so versatile it’s perfect for any occasion. The light cheese mix gently binds the flavourful crab and rice, creating a textured stuffing that perfectly caps off this mushroom. Oh, and, it’s gluten-free. View Recipe.
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THINK: Nutritious

  • Comprised of complex carbohydrates that are more slowly digested, rice provides energy that fuels the body’s physical activity. This tiny, but mighty, grain packs a serious nutritional punch.

  • White rice is a source of B-vitamins, phosphorus and zinc. Brown rice is also a source of those vitamins and minerals, plus it contains fibre, magnesium, selenium and manganese. All types of rice are naturally sodium* and gluten-free.

  • According to Canada’s Food Guide, Canadian adults should consume six to eight servings of grain products per day. At least half of these servings should be whole grain products. A half cup of brown rice is a serving of whole grain products.

  • Did you know that: Parboiled, converted, and instant “white” rice are best used in pre- and post-workout snacks to ensure that you get fast fuelling and refuelling!