Light, healthy and delicious, rice is one of the most popular staple foods around the world, and its mineral-rich composition makes it one of the healthiest food items. But, did you know rice also contains harmful chemicals? This is the only reason why rice goes through several layers of filtration before packaging.
Cooking rice may seem like one of the easiest things, but what about the harmful chemicals like arsenic and presence of pathogens present in it? Well, according to recent research conducted by the University of Sheffield, cooking rice by following a few simple steps can retain the goodness of micronutrients, and can remove any traces of arsenic in the rice.