By R.A. Sharma, USA TODAYA new rice strain that comes from the wild in India has helped make the food staples of India healthier and more affordable.
The world’s third-largest rice producer, rice is one of the staples of many Indian households.
Rice has long been used in the cooking of meat, seafood and vegetables and is also used in Indian-style dosa, a traditional Indian dessert.
Rice is also a staple of many Chinese cuisines, and is a staple food in some African and Asian countries.
But unlike most rice strains, this new strain from India is not a domesticated one, according to the team at the University of California, Davis, who developed the rice.
The rice was developed as part of a project to produce rice that would be more affordable and healthier for consumers.
It was developed in collaboration with scientists from the University at Buffalo, the University in Southern California and the California Institute of Technology.
The new strain has been given the name R.M.R.S. (Red Modified Rice Sustained Sustaining Saponified), after the name of a famous American scientist who was an early advocate of the use of rice to make a variety of foods, according the UC Davis press release.
“It’s a very different strain from what is available from the farmers,” said David M. Buss, a Rice Extension specialist with the UC-Davis Rice Research Institute.
Risotto, which is an Italian dish, is made with rice that has been dried, mashed and then steamed.
The original recipe calls for the rice to be dried and then crushed to make the sauce, but Buss said that can be done more easily using the new rice.
Buss said the rice can be used in a number of ways.
The rice can become steamed or boiled in a crock pot or steamed in a water bath, he said.
A small amount of the rice is added to a stir-fry or as a garnish for a rice cake.
The research team hopes to make R.
R’s rice more affordable, and more nutritious.
It will also make it easier to buy, he added.
The team also has plans to grow and harvest R. R’s rice and test the strain to see if it is as healthy as traditional rice.
The company has already started planting rice in California, and expects to expand its production in the coming months.
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