Rice is a universal ingredient staple with applications in all dayparts. Recently, the rise in popularity of Asian, Latin American and Mediterranean cuisines has also raised rice's profile in many non-commercial operations. Indeed, since 1981 the use of milled rice in the U.S. has tripled, which makes rice the fastest growing grain in terms of consumer demand. Different Types of Rice There are thousands of varieties of rice in the world, though only a few are grown commercially in the U.S. ...
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