Enriched Rice

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White rice that has been coated with nutrients, such as iron, niacin, thiamin, and folic acid, which were lost when the rice was initially processed. Despite replacing some of the vitamins and protein, enriched rice is not as nutritious as whole grain brown rice. When preparing enriched rice, the added nutrients can be preserved by not rinsing the rice either before or after cooking. It is also beneficial to not cook the rice in large quantities of water, but to use only enough water that will be readily absorbed.

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