black forbidden rice
In ancient China, black rice was considered so superior and rare, it was reserved exclusively for the emperor and royalty. These days the grain, also known as forbidden rice, has become the darling of gourmets and people seeking superior nutrition.
These folks are on to something: The color of black rice is the result of plant pigments called anthocyanins, which research has linked to a number of positive health effects: from anti-inflammatory properties to healthier arteries and better insulin regulation.
Black Rice / Forbidden Rice Nutrition
One serving of black or forbidden rice contains only around 160 calories. Here's how black rice compares to other rice varieties - 100gm serving of each kind:
Enjoy black forbidden rice served alongside wood-fired Wild Isle organic salmon, local Steelville, MO. Trout, and other phenomenal entrees served at Trezo. Ask your server.
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