Wild Rice


Wild rice unlike its name suggests is not related to rice, it's known for its longer, colourful black, brown and beige assortment of grains. You can use this rice as a subsistute for most other rice, as a sidedish or cooked into another meal.

The profile of nutrients in wild rice when compared to others is slightly lower, but does contain low quantitites of minerals like manganese, zinc and copper. Whole grains as a group have been associated with lower risks of cardiovasular disease.

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Water73.93 g
Energy101 kcal
4 %
Protein3.99 g
Fats0.34 g
Carbs21.34 g
Fiber1.8 g
Sugars0.73 g
Calcium3 mg
Iron0.6 mg
4 %
Magnesium32 mg
9 %
Phosphorus82 mg
7 %
Potassium101 mg
2 %
Sodium3 mg
Zinc1.34 mg
15 %
Copper0.121 mg
14 %
Manganese0.282 mg
18 %
Selenium0.8 µg
1 %
Vit C0 mg
Thiamin0.052 mg
5 %
Riboflavin0.087 mg
9 %
Niacin1.287 mg
9 %
Vit B60.135 mg
11 %
Folate26 µg
7 %
Vit B120 µg
Vit A0 µg
Vit E0.24 mg
2 %
Vit D0 µg
Vit K0.5 µg
1 %
Sat Fat0.049 g
Mono Fat0.05 g
Poly Fat0.213 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg