Fake Rice is Everywhere!! Find Out How To Recognize Real From Fake Rice
There are rumors that the rice we are buying is not real. Somewhere in Asia after having some . In a country in Asia was found a proof that there is massive production of making of this kind of fake rice .Every aspect of the investigation was shown in the news but the people didn’t believe in that information. Because of this take a good look in what you are buying!
This fake rice for the first time is found in China, after that in Vietnam and India countries where rice is a main meal. This day it can also be found in Indonesia and Europe. In USA is not present yet. Consumers are noticing that even brands companies are using this kind of fake rice. This fake rice is almost the same like the real one and there is no way to make difference between the two types of rice. Also this fake rice is making a lot of stomach problems.
Fake rice can cause serious digestive problems and we must find a way to save us from it. Not eating rice every day can solve this problem. In some of the news was written that fake rice has potatoes and synthetic rest in it. Others claims there is some other chemicals in it. Another says that it contain some chemicals. You can also find fake rice in the markets because even they can’t make a difference.
This is not the case in Malesia where in the big markets you have really serious control of the products so fake rice is almost impossible to find. But a lot of small market don’t make that kind of control so there is the biggest problem.
THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO WANT TO KNOW HOW THEY CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REAL AND FAKE RICE???
The truth is that there is no way to make a difference but you can make a choice not to eat it. Best way to make some kind of difference is when we boil the rice. The fake on keeps the form which had before the boiling what is not the case with the real one who changes the form. Also if you take fake rice in your hand you can sense how the plastic in the fake rice smells.
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