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Is arroz jazmin vegan?

Arroz jazmin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is arroz jazmin?

Arroz Jazmin, also known as Jasmine rice, is a long-grain rice variety commonly found in Southeast Asia. It is highly valued for its delicate floral aroma, which is reminiscent of jasmine flowers, and its soft, slightly sticky texture when cooked. This rice is grown in paddies, then harvested, hulled, and polished to remove the outer layer, revealing the pearl-white grain underneath. The subtle fragrance of the rice is the result of a natural compound called 2-acetyl-1-pyrroline, which is also found in the flower of the same name. Jasmine rice is a popular ingredient in many Asian cuisines, including Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese dishes.

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