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Red Lake Nation Cultivated Wild Rice - 20 oz

$9.50
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Technically an aquatic grass, wild rice isn't actually rice. Studies have shown that wild rice is an excellent source of antioxidants and consuming whole grains may even lower your risk of developing heart disease and diabetes!

Prevalent as a traditional food source and, the historical significance of wild rice in Native American culture makes Red Lake Nation Wild Cultivated Rice a staple for any Indigenous food pantry.

Use wild rice as a protein-packed, more nutritious alternative to other types of rice. The vibrant color, naturally nutty flavor, and firm texture of wild rice is sure to wow at your next dinner party!

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Red Lake Nation Cultivated Wild Rice - 20 oz

Technically an aquatic grass, wild rice isn't actually rice. Studies have shown that wild rice is an excellent source of antioxidants and consuming whole grains may even lower your risk of developing heart disease and diabetes!

Prevalent as a traditional food source and, the historical significance of wild rice in Native American culture makes Red Lake Nation Wild Cultivated Rice a staple for any Indigenous food pantry.

Use wild rice as a protein-packed, more nutritious alternative to other types of rice. The vibrant color, naturally nutty flavor, and firm texture of wild rice is sure to wow at your next dinner party!

Cooking Method

Cooking Wild Rice


Begin by rinsing 2 cups of rice well under cold water. After rice has been thoroughly rinsed add to a medium size stock pot with 8 cups of cold water. Bring water to a boil then cover and turn down to a simmer. Cook rice for 40 minutes then turn off heat and let rice bloom in hot water. Check every 5 minutes for doneness and desired texture. Note: This will not be similar to white or brown rice where all water is fully absorbed, if water has fully evaporated prior to 40 minute mark add additional cup of hot water to pot. Once rice has reached desired texture after giving time to bloom remove from heat and drain off any excess water. 

We prefer a light fluffy rice but with a bit of bite remaining for texture. Remember shorter time for tougher rice, longer cook time for softer chewy texture.

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Aaron D
10/10!!

I’ve always heard wild rice is somehow harder to cook than white rice. But this wild rice was easy as could be and packed a flavor that other rice just can’t compare to. Your body will thank you. Your mind will thank you. The land will thank you. Please try this rice!! And if you want a fun holiday recipe, try cooking the rice with a sweet potato chopped up in it. You won’t be disappointed!!

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Julie Foster
Enjoy the Best Wild Rice and Create Sensory Memories

I grew up in the Upper Midwest. Each year my father traveled to Minnesota and Canada to hunt and fish. I cherish the memories of him bringing home bags of wild rice for the family. It was a very special treat. I have rekindled those good feeling with Tocabe Wild Rice, indulged my taste buds and introduced others to this wonderful tasty treat.
Thank you very much.

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Kelly Brown
This is a precious resource!

I am so grateful to have found this connection to Native grown wild rice. I am so happy to support this company by enjoying this delicious and healthy food.

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