Thai/Isaan Long-Grain Sticky Brown Rice - Freshly milled, no chemicals, no pesticides
- Sticky Brown Rice 1 kg Vacuum Pack - 100 THB ≈ 2.90 EUR
This is the Isaan/Laos type long-grain sticky rice, milled as a brown rice. Difficult to find elsewhere as a nutritious brown rice.
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This Sticky rice is dehusked and milled as a sticky brown rice, with a somewhat nutty bite and flavor, excellent aroma and light brown color. As a fresh harvest, this new crop rice is extra tasty and fragrant.
Rice Harvest Monsoon Season 2020. Location on the map: > Sansaket Farm Rice Field.
- Plants: Genuine native Thai sticky long-grain rice, RD Maejo 2 (original/non-GMO)
- Conditions: Rainy season 2020, machine planted, natural fertilizer, no chemicals, no pesticides
- Fertilizer: Cured, derived from > domestic wild boars
- Water: Rain and reservoir > Mae Khuang Dam (map location)
- Harvested: 8 December 2020
- Certified arsenic-free rice: 3/4 December 2018 - Arsenic: Not detected
- Milling & packaging: Huai Hong Khrai Royal Development Study Center, Doi Saket
- SBR2021AV Dehusked: available when ordering
- SBR20201AV Vacuum packaged: available when ordering
- SBR2021AV Best used before: one year
- Increase shelf life by refrigeration
Grown without chemicals and without pesticides our sticky brown rice is certified arsenic free.
About Thai Sticky Brown Rice (RD Maejo2)
Our Sticky rice RD Maejo 2, is a long-grain sticky rice, in the same tradition as Thailand's Isaan and Laotian long-grain sticky rice variety KK 6. Between the two varieties, the rice seed is very much the same in shape, aroma, taste, cooking and keeping characteristics, while the RD Maejo 2 is a shorter plant, suited to withstand monsoon and autumn storms that are quite prevalent in Thailand's north.
It is somewhat unusual to provide this rice as a long-grain sticky brown rice, but the interest and comments in earlier seasons have spurred us to continue. This partially milled sticky brown rice provides more fiber, vitamins and minerals than its fully milled white rice version.
Page last updated 22 April 2021