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Is riz parboiled vegan?

Riz parboiled is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is riz parboiled?

Riz parboiled, also known as parboiled rice, is a type of rice that has been partially boiled in the husk before being processed for consumption. This process involves steaming the rice under pressure, which helps to preserve the nutrients and flavor of the grain. The result is a firm, fluffy rice with a slightly nutty taste and a lower glycemic index than white rice. Riz parboiled is a popular ingredient in many cuisines, including Indian, African, and Middle Eastern dishes, and is often used in pilafs, biryanis, and other rice-based dishes. It is also a great option for those looking for a healthier alternative to white rice.

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