Benefits of drinking Rice Water

Benefits of drinking Rice Water Benefits of drinking Rice Water

Rice, one of the most important grains, is the staple food for almost half of the world’s population, especially in Asia.

It supplies as much as half of the daily calories because of the presence of high amount of starch in it. It is this starch which gives white color to the rice water. Rice is rich in proteins, dietary fiber, and vitamins too.

Methods Of Preparing Rice Water:

Making rice water is a simple task. You may say that the water with which you clean the rice is rice water, but that is not true. But you can also use this water, but you will not get the same effect as the original rice water (which is obtained from boiling the rice) gives.

To Make Rice Water, You Will Need:

1/2 cup uncooked rice

2 cups water

Steps For Preparing Rice Water:

Rinse the rice with about water to remove any dirt or impurities.

Methods Of Preparing Rice Water

Then, place 1/2 cup of uncooked rice in a bowl and cover with water. Let the rice absorb the water for about an hour or so. Churn it around lightly until the water turns cloudy. This will help the minerals and vitamins seep into the water.

Now strain out the rice water into a clean bowl. Rice water is ready for use now.

You can store this rice water in the refrigerator for 4 to 5 days but don’t forget to shake it well before using it.

It can be prepared by cooking the rice in water.Extract excess water after the rice is cooked.

Now, before I tell you the another method of preparing rice water, let me tell you what fermented rice water is.

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