This long-grain rice has a nutty flavor and a dry texture—a light and delicate option for those switching from white.
With cooking, this fragrant long-grain rice expands dramatically in length and becomes fluffy.
This finely textured rice has a dense, earthy flavor. The grains cook up light and separate.
Chewier than other brown-rice varieties, this mildly sticky grain has a robust, nutty taste.
Soft and slightly clingy, this long-grain white rice has an appetizing aroma of roasted nuts and popcorn.
A firm and slightly gelatinous short-grain rice, this can be served simply steamed or mixed with vinegar and sugar for sushi.
This American staple (sometimes known as “Carolina rice”) has a fluffy texture and a neutral flavor.
Not technically rice, this grass seed has a squeaky shell and a robust taste. It’s often sold blended with long-grain brown rice.