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brown rice

rice from which the bran layers and germs have not been removed by polishing.
Origin of brown rice
1915-20 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • By then we'd packed away a feast of paua, local wine and brown rice.
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  • Order plain steamed brown rice instead of white or fried rice.
  • Roll dough out to one-fourth inch thickness on a work surface dusted with brown rice flour.
  • For breakfast, lighter fare includes steel-cut oatmeal and brown rice topped with nuts, fruit and yogurt.
  • Pick brown rice and whole wheat noodles if possible.
  • Choose natural whole-grain products such as wheat bread and brown rice instead of carbohydrates such as white bread and pasta.
  • Side dishes include cornmeal tolls, brown rice and a veggie-filled salad bar.
British Dictionary definitions for brown rice

brown rice

unpolished rice, in which the grains retain the outer yellowish-brown layer (bran)
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