Long Grain White Rice
Long grain white rice is a staple in traditional American dishes, as well as a beloved choice in Asian and Mexican cuisine. Its mild flavor and airy, fluffy texture when cooked set it apart from brown rice. Additionally, white rice requires significantly less cooking time than its brown counterpart, although it undergoes a milling process that reduces its nutritional content. Notably, Carolina Gold rice, initially of African origin but now exclusive to the United States, holds a revered status as the forebearer of all American long grain rice varieties.