Organic Rice Poha (Rice Flakes) is made from dehusked rice which is flattened into light dry flakes. These flakes of rice swell when added to liquid as they absorb water or milk. Add peas and potatoes for a timeless dish. This Organic rice is husked, cleaned, parboiled, drained and then flattened by large rollers until very thin. Poha is used in a multitude of dishes. Poha cooks in a short amount of time, simply soak in hot water and incorporate your favorite spices and/or vegetables. As it contains no cholesterol and very little fat, it is a healthy addition to those seeking a high-protein and fiber addition to their diets.
Flattened rice is easy to cook and very nutritious. Be careful not to mix the cooked poha too much or the flakes will start to break apart. Easily digestible and is perfect for a morning or evening snacks.
Knowing its nutrition information can help you determine how it fits into your meal plan. Within a serving size of 3g, there are approximately 238 calories, 4.3g total fat, 0 cholesterol. There are also 6.4 of protein per serving. Products are Organically grown, hence these products are natural and are free from any chemicals, fertilizers, pesticides, toxic substances, synthetic hormones and are certified according to international standards for organic production, processing and packaging. Since they are grown naturally, it has rich nutritional values.
As a Certified USDA Organic product, the ingredients in Organic Rice Poha (Rice Flakes) are produced and grown and using methods that preserve the environment while avoiding synthetic materials such as pesticides and antibiotics. Organic Rice Poha (Rice Flakes) is a GMO-free food, meaning no specific changes were introduced into its DNA via genetic engineering. Additionally, Organic Rice Poha (Rice Flakes) is a vegan food, which means that it excludes all forms of animal products including eggs, seafood, meat, dairy, honey and poultry. Start enjoying the taste and health benefits of Organic Rice Poha (Rice Flakes) today!
|Nutrient||Unit||Value per 100 g||1 tsp = 3.0g|
|Total lipid (fat)||g||4.3||0.13|
|Carbohydrate, by difference||g||43.4||1.30|
|Fiber, total dietary||g||9.6||0.29|
|Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid||mg||17||0.50|
|Vitamin A, RAE||^g||491||14.72|
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