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BINESHII GHOST WILD RICE, THE RAREST AND FINEST WILD RICE IN THE WORLD!

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  • Know For It's Nutty Flavor!
  • Cooks 2-3 Minutes Faster!
  • Moister Chewy Grain!
  • Limited Quanities Harvested Each Year!
  • Batches Never Mixed! To Insure The Same Taste And Even Cooking!


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BINESHII GHOST WILD RICE, THE RAREST AND FINEST WILD RICE IN THE WORLD! + 1 LB MN WILD RICE AMERICAN INDIAN HAND HARVESTED & WOOD PARCHED ALL NATURAL! + Canadian Organic Wild Rice - 5 lbs
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The light color of this wild rice along with its elusive nature in the wild reflects its name "Ghost Wild Rice" Ghost wild rice it known for its untamed nutty flavor that only nature can establish over time. You will find that our Ghost wild rice will cook in 2-3 minutes faster than our gourmet wild rice and results in a moister chewy grain. If you're looking for the exquisiteness that nature offers us from time to time you will love this wild rice. BINESHII Northern Minnesota wild rice is Native American hand harvested the old way, in a canoe. This traditional gathering rite has been used by our ancestors for generations. Please don't confuse this with paddy grown "wild rice"! They look and taste completely different! The much darker (often black) paddy rice is machine planted and machine harvested, resulting in a bland tasting rice that may take up to 3 times longer to cook and yields a lot less per pound. Many rice paddys are sprayed with herbicides. Our hand harvested wild rice grows naturally in the lakes and river beds on the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. This mouth watering nutty taste cannot be compared to the mass produced paddy rice. This wild rice was wood parched using cedar wood. By using this method versus propane (which drys the rice) our wild rice is left more moist, resulting in a fluffier, more flavorful, faster cooking rice. We do not mix are batches of wild rice! All the rice you recieve will come from the same lake or river bed. This insures even cooking and quality taste. The lighter color of wild rice indicates the best quality rice. Wild rice will keep forever if stored in a dry place. Cooking directions and recipes uncluded with every order. BINESHII harvesting wild rice seasonally for over 40 years. BINESHII WE KNOW WILD RICE!

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  • ASIN: B0059VSNOA
  • UPC: 670541283844
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #96,241 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A. Bartoli on October 9, 2011
Having started cooking wild rice 20 plus years ago when I suppose it was just becoming widely available and the gourmet market was just beginning to open up, I know something about wild rice. Now, thanks to the internet, I don't have to travel to far off Minnesota or buy tiny expensive packets in the local health food cooperative. There's plenty of wild rice available for anyone who wants it these days, but as the demand has grown, the industry has changes. A lot of wild rice isn't really wild anymore. It's farmed in rice paddies. And a lot of wild rice is dried in industrial drums fueled by propane, much the same way coffee is roasted. You'll see a lot of dark black, hard rice sold as wild rice. Maybe that's all you've ever seen.

Bineshii still does it the old fashioned way. The rice is wild, harvested by canoe, slow dried over a wood fire. The result is a flavorful, tender, ultra-long grain that has a light nut-brown color and a delicacy no other rice can match. It's so tender, you don't even need to cook it. You can soak it overnight in water and it will soak up enough water to become edible raw -- sort of like pasta al dente. It really comes into its glory when you cook it though, with wonderful curled sweet nutty grains that are so delicious I hate to serve it as a side dish. I usually just eat the rice and nothing else. That's how good it is!

Bineshii is a group of Native Americans and they do more than just rice. They make preserves, soap, totems, kinnick kinnick, birch bark art pieces, and even have an instant mix Ojibwe fry bread, if you have a hankering. It's worth your while just to browse their website for a bit. The bottom line is that this is the best authentic wild rice I have found.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By OnQ 4U on May 28, 2012
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The flavor of this rice is unsurpassed! Amazing texture and just yum, yum, yum. A wonderful nutty flavor and the aroma while cooking is mouthwatering. It is a bit expensive for the amount you get, but very much worth it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lindy Hall on May 11, 2013
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This is the BEST rice I've ever tasted! Nothing like the store bought "wild rice". This is exquisitley delicious with a wonderful nutty texture and wood smoked nutty taste. Service was excellent, friendly, and fast. Couldn't recommend this any more highly.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TropicalFish on December 17, 2013
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This stuff is really good. So good, that I actually crave just sitting down and eating it plain as a snack (and I am not someone who would normally think of eating plain rice for a snack!). I'm into good food, but I am not all that knowledgeable about rice. I kind of figured, rice is rice. Aside from slight variations, like brown, or basmati, or jasmine... it's just rice, it's the thing that goes UNDER the part with the flavor. Why in the world would someone pay $35 for 1 pound?! It's not made of gold, is it? I tend to just get the cheapest of the type that I want, and move on.

Well, I stand corrected. I remembered that I have always really loved wild rice, and after a trip where I was on a Canadian reservation that sold bags of it, it occurred to me that maybe I could add it to my diet regularly. I searched on Amazon to see what had the best reviews, and I admit, the title of this rice and its accompanying good reviews drew me in. I thought, it's worth trying the "finest rice in the world" just once in life, just for the experience. Even though it's not Prime. It doesn't have some kind of magical flavor, and it's not the best food I've ever had in my life. It probably can't be used in place of gold as currency. But if you like wild rice, this is probably the nuttiest, best tasting kind you're going to have. It looks a little strange, because it curls up when cooked, and is also a bit softer than the black husk kind, if that appeals to you. It actually does have a flavor that is pleasant and satisfying enough that you want to eat it plain, without messing it up with all the complex stuff you planned to put on top.
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