Northern Wild Rice
Our Customers Thought
sometimes wild rice can be hard to find, or you have to buy tons of it at a time. Thanks Nutsdeb, Cranberry Township, PA
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Looks beautiful, haven't tried it yet but it will look good under a bed of lentil soup I'm sure!Shandy, Biloxi, MS
Just arrived. It looks great, can't wait to try it! The resealable bag is a big plus!William, Anthem, AZ
I have been eating wild rice for years and it is not only delicious but super healthy. Generally expensive, this is buy far the best price I have seen for this product and I love that it comes in a resealable package.Tenial, Pawtucket, RI
This is a very exotic wild rice for us! I can't believe how tasty this Northern Wild rice is. My first time that I ordered was to try how it tastes, my second time, to make sure whether we really like this rice, Or just first impression! Because I have been eaten rice since I was a little child. I learned a lot from my dad what is good quality rice. We enjoy the taste of this wild rice very much. When I cooked it The shape of the rice grain is very long, yet chewy and nutty. Very tasty, indeed. My third time, I know 1 lbs will last 2 or 3 times, this time we decided to order 15 lbs so that we don't have to wait until it arrives at our place. I found that this rice is very good when I cooked it as 'fried rice'. I cut vegetables-like sweet onions, carrots, scallions, asparagus, shiitake mushroom or fresh mushroom, some chicken breast --cutting the vegetables and mushroom, in small pieces like dice, and egg with the rice follow by black pepper, black sesame, and little Japanese and Thai fish sauce . It was so YUMMY!Preeya, Shoreham, NY
This was my first time to order this Northern Wild Rice. I read how to cook from Nuts' com website but it is too complicated to cook for my first experience. Moreover, I am not sure what I should do with it. But I have Japanese rice cooker which has many options for my cooking rice. I made an experiment by trying one cup first for my dinner and push the button of my rice cooker for 'brown' rice. It was so smart and it adjusted with fuzzy with any kinds of rice. When this Northern Wild Rice was done, it is chewy, nutty and most of all gave the feeling that this rice is really nutritious, and it is very healthy. I will try it again to cook fried rice and I am pretty sure it will be yummy because it is dry, and chewy should be perfect for fried rice. Thank you so much for this delicious, chewy, nutty and healthy wild rice.Preeya, Shoreham, NY
I am ordering more! Love it!Diane, Lapeer, MI
My favorite wild rice is so easy. Wild rice, any onion and any dried fruit. One cup of rice or more simmered in 4 cups of water, covered medium low. When it is still chewy, about 30 minutes, I drain it and save the water as future broth. While rice cooks, sauté half of your favorite onion with handful of diced dried apricots. Combine with drained rice. Now I might use goji berries or Rainier cherries and pecans too. All gooood!! Sally's wild rice!Sally, New Paltz, NY
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100% Cultivated Minnesota DryRoasted Wild Rice. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 50g (~1.8 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||5|
Store at room temperature for up to 1 year.
Country of origin: United States