Sprouted Brown Rice

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Make delicious side dishes or baked goods with Sprouted 100% Organic Brown Rice from To Your Health Sprouted Flour Company.  Sprouted brown rice contains more vitamins, minerals and enzymes than non-sprouted rice.  Sprouting the rice reduces or eliminates phytic acid which inhibits the absorption of nutrients.

 Two Options:

  • Whole Rice
  • Freshly milled Rice Flour


Sprouted Brown Rice will generally keep for 3-4 months in the pantry, 6-8 months in the refrigerator or up to 14 months in the freezer.

Manufacturing Information: This product is processed and packaged on dedicated gluten-free equipment in a dedicated gluten-free facility. Each lot is batch-tested to be gluten-free using Elisa testing.

Shipping Information: This item is available for shipping to the Contiguous US only (excludes AK, HI, PR, VI, APO/FPO, US Territories, etc.). This item ships directly from the manufacturer via their choice of shipping methods and will arrive separately from other items in your order. Specific shipping options (UPS, USPS, Fed Ex, etc.) and expedited shipping options are not available for this item. If a specific shipping option or expedited shipping is selected at check out, it will not apply to this item.

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  • From Augustina at 3/27/14 10:35 PM
    • How fine is the grind on your brown rice flour? Most gluten free recipes recommend a fine grind like Ancient Grains or Bob's Red Mill. How does this product compare to those? I imagine since it is sprouted it's probably softer and less gritty, but I was just curious if anyone had tried gluten free baking with this and how it had performed.
    • The sprouted brown rice flour is very soft and fine. It makes excellent baked goods in any gluten free recipe.
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  • From Paula at 12/12/13 9:15 AM
    • Can the sprouted flour be used for gravies? I use regular brown rice flour to make my gravies and love the smoothness of the gravies. Thank You
    • Yes, sprouted flour can be used to make wonderful gravies. Use as you would regular flour.
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  • From Augustina at 12/8/13 9:43 AM
    • Is your rice the same thing as GABA rice?
    • No, this sprouted brown rice is not GABA rice. From the producer:

      The rice is washed and rinsed, then soaked, sprouted, then dried. The soak time varies for different grains, the sprouting cycle is constant. Specialized machines are used, so the sprout cycle is anywhere between 24 - 36 hours. The sprouted grains are dehydrated at 85-100°F.
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  • From L.A.M. at 11/30/13 7:27 PM
    • Is the sprouted rice flour gluten-free?
    • Yes! This product is processed and packaged on dedicated gluten-free equipment in a dedicated gluten-free facility. Each lot is batch-tested to be gluten-free using Elisa testing.
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  • From E.M. at 1/3/13 5:48 PM
    • Hi: I have what might sound like a 'silly' question, but I just need to be 'sure':

      Is the 'freshly milled flour' listed above FROM 'sprouted' brown rice?

      Also, is it available in 'smaller' sizes; i.e. 1 or 2 pounds?

      Thanks...love you guys.
      E.M.
    • Yes, the sprouted flours are made fresh from sprouted grains. The sizes listed are the only sizes available for each product.
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  • From niall allen at 11/21/12 3:18 AM
    • Hi,
      Once the brown rice is sprouted is it then dried? If so at what tempetures? I have sprouted brown rice but found that it needs to be used at initial sprout. If I don't the process continues and flavour affected. I tend to bring the rice to a slight simmer and then cook in a slow ccoker low temp to conserve enzyme integrity. Its so good and incredibly digestive. The gaba acids are of so much interest in this food/process. Food for consciousness.
    • The brown rice is dried prior to shipping.
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  • From T. L. Boo at 4/13/11 6:27 AM
    • Do you have information about organic sprouted rice anywhere on your site. If so, I have not been able to find it. Please tell me where I can if information is available.

      Regards,
      T. L.
    • The product page you have posted your question on is for organic sprouted brown rice. What specific questions did you have about this product?
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This flour is the absolute best for using in gluten free flour blends. It has no extra taste or grit feel in the finished product. Even the batter is better than when using other rice flours. I come from a family of bakers and going gluten free more than ten years ago was very difficult. I found this flour a couple years ago and I no longer feel left out of the food part of our culture, especially at home where it matters most! (Posted on February 20, 2014)
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