23 December 2013

Product Review: Rice n Simple Perfectly Steamed Rice

As vegetarians or those who eat a healthy, well-balance diet, we tend to eat more grains than the average person. While we love their delicious taste and the outstanding health benefits, it can be hard to consume them with as many meals as we'd like due to their cook times.

However, with the new Rice n Simple Perfectly Steamed Rice by Gabby's Choice, we can enjoy the same health benefits of white jasmine and brown rice in just minutes of prep time! The new all-natural and gluten-free instant rice comes prepared in single-serving bowls and cooks in just one minute, which makes it the perfect solution for a lunch break or a quick dinner.

Unlike many other brands of instant rice, Rice n Simple Perfectly Steamed Rice tastes fresh and comes out of the microwave perfectly steamed and moist. Plus, the rice is of the highest quality and is imported from Thailand and selected for its delicious flavor, unique texture, and naturally distinctive aroma.

Rice n Simple Perfectly Steamed Rice comes in six different choices, such as:
  • Jasmine Rice with Shoyu (Soy) Sauce
  • Jasmine Rice with Shiitake Mushroom Glaze 
  • Jasmine Rice with Teriyaki Glaze 
  • Brown Rice with Shoyu (Soy) Sauce 
  • Brown Rice with Shiitake Mushroom Glaze 
  • Brown Rice with Teriyaki Glaze 
Each bowl of rice is absolutely delicious and tastes completely fresh. Each sauce is also unique and could be used in a wide variety of recipes.

While not in stores yet, Rice n Simple can be purchased in packs of six on Amazon for less than $3 each. Rice n Simple will become available in retailers nationwide in the coming months. Be sure to look for Rice n Simple at your favorite stores.

Alexandra Beane | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Website
Minnesota Alex is a freelance writer who holds a BA in Professional and Creative Writing. She has a strong interest in veganism, holistic health, and emotional and physical wellbeing. When she isn’t reading and writing about health and wellness, Alex is trying new plant based recipes in the kitchen or can be found volunteering with a Minneapolis-based animal rights organization or local rabbit rescue.

Photo credit: Rive n Simple