March 2007 Issue
Short-Cut Rice Is Convenient, But Sodium a Huge Problem
There used to be only two choices when cooking rice—white rice in 20 minutes or brown rice in 40. Today’s climate of “get it on the table in a hurry” has led to an explosion in quick-cooking rice options and flavors available. Sodium is the sore point. A brand-by-brand nutrition comparison.
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