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Posted by Reviewer3239963 on Dec 09, 2010
Delicious right out of the rice cooker with a bit of Bragg's All Purpose seasoning.
Lundberg Basmati Rice
Posted by Reviewer2023013 on Jan 15, 2014
Good product but does not compare to Indian Basmati Rice. I can't get the Indian rice here and I have not convinced iHerb to make it available. Go to any Indian or Persian Restaurant and order rice and you will see and taste the difference in a moment. Then ask them if they would use Calif. Basmati Rice to their customers from any supplier.
Love this rice
Posted by Reviewer2831360 on Sep 19, 2011
Tastes fresh and a bit like popcorn. Its our favorite brand of rice. I also like that its organic. Iherb has a pretty good price and great service.
Posted by Reviewer2289416 on Jan 28, 2009
Lundberg grows the best rice! Their prices may be higher but it's worth it. Check out their website for more information about how meticulous they are about their farming & production practices.
Posted by Reviewer2790799 on May 08, 2009
This is our favorite rice. It's organic and gently aromatic and very easy to prepare by following the instructions on the bag.
Posted by Reviewer2082272 on Jun 20, 2011
Lundberg makes a good product. It was fresh and delicious!
Posted by Reviewer1664422 on Aug 23, 2011
Use it every day.
Posted by Reviewer2164014 on Jan 08, 2012
My Favorite basmati.
Lovely fragranced, light and fluffy rice
Posted by 5514081950035846903 on Oct 22, 2013
This rice reminds me of my trips to India and Thailand. Does not leave you feeling bloated and heavy. I make it with a little less water, 1 cup of rice to just under a cup of water, I like it more dry, it's much more chewy and tasty. You can play around with the taste. In Asia they make a gruel that they eat for breakfast 1 cup of rice to 4 cups of water cooked for an hour and served soft like a soup with a fermented tofu, cabbage or vegetable topping. You can top it with kimchi (fermented Korean cabbage)
Posted by 5080583421586064956 on Apr 28, 2014
I love this rice, it is easy to cook, and does not take long. 1 cup rice to 1 and 1/4 cup water on low. Cooks perfectly every time, fresh rice aroma too.