Oriental foods have been a long time favorite of mine and a lot of the dishes I’ve tried contained rice or were rice in general. This has allowed me to try a variety of rice that I honestly never would have tried or even thought of trying! One of my favorite varieties to eat is wild rice. This technically isn’t rice though, it’s actually a grass that is grown in man-made lakes and ponds and has been eaten for centuries by Native Americans. This grass still grows in parts of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and parts of the US.
NaoSap Harvest is a family owned company in Northern Manitoba who produce GMO Free, certified Organic, wild rice and rice linguine. This rice is delicious on its own or broken into smaller pieces and mixed with white rice or in any type of dish you make for that matter. One of my favorite things about this variety of rice is that it’s rich in nutrients such as potassium, thiamine & iron. As well as niacin, zinc, magnesium, copper, vitamin B6 and more. Talk about healthy 🙂
The fact that NaoSap is located on the edge of the Canadian Sheild and surrounded by Boreal Forrest makes this a great area for this type of rice to grow and is untouched by contaminants makes this a great product and soon to be Superfood (research is in progress) so I’ve read. And seeing as it’s grown in lakes, it’s also gluten free. Now, there are many different ways to incorporate wild rice into your diet like adding it to salads, soups, pasta dishes and so much more MORE! Why not give it a try, there’s nothing but benefits to look forward to. Ok, not true! You also have delicious new recipes you’ll be able to make 🙂
You can buy this delicious and healthy rice through NaoSap’s online store ranging from $3.50 for a 1/2 pound cone to $275 for a 50 pound sack. Gift baskets are also available. To make a purchase, browse their products or just read up a bit more about them please visit their website Website
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