polished rice


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Noun1.polished rice - having husk or outer brown layers removedpolished rice - having husk or outer brown layers removed
rice - grains used as food either unpolished or more often polished
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While health experts consider polished rice to be a primary factor leading to rise in diabetes, the government is busy promoting rice processing industry in a big way", says the author.
The most highly polished rice kernels are used to prepare daiginjo sake, which tends to be light and fragrant.
Kanehiro Takaki, a Japanese medical officer, studied the high incidence of the disease among sailors in the Japanese navy from 1878-1883 and discovered that on a ship where the diet was mostly polished rice, among 276 men, 169 cases of beriberi developed and 25 men died during a nine-month period.
Rice milling involves the removal of hulls and bran from rough rice to produce polished rice (De Datta, 1981).
Agents carrying out primary marketing will make 61,200 trips with standard 10 metric lorries to convey the paddy to the industrial complex while wholesalers will make 37,194 trips out of the industry conveying 371,943 metric tonnes of polished rice valued at N47.
Tariffs on polished rice, for example, are as high as 778 per cent.
The process of rice milling involves the removal of hulls and bran from rough rice to produce polished rice.
Refined grains in southern India, mainly consist of polished rice, refined wheat flour (white flour), semolina and ragi (finger millet) flour.