The milling required to convert brown rice into white destroys most of the vitamins and all of its fiber. It takes a little longer to cook, so it may be worth it to invest in a rice cooker. “You can come home from work and put it on, and you can eat two hours later. It’s fool proof.” (See: Fit Food: The Benefits of Brown Rice.)
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