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We put six brands of jasmine rice—from supermarket varieties to high-end mail-order grains—to the test.
What You Need To Know
Jasmine rice, which is native to Thailand and a staple in Southeast Asian cuisine, is becoming a favorite in America, too. Here, its consumption shot up by 15 percent between 2011 and 2012, according to the USA Rice Federation. Unlike ordinary rice, the jasmine variety carries a delicate floral and buttery scent that is highly prized in Thailand. In fact, the purest form of the rice...