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Organic White Adlai (1kg)

FARM TO FOLK
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CLAIM TO FAME: An heirloom grain grown and cultivated in the highlands of the Philippines

FAST FACTS: Adlai (Coix Lacryma Jobi L.) is also known as Job’s Tears, due to its tear-like shape. With its anti-inflammatory properties, it helps lower blood sugar levels. Compared to rice, Adlai is a potent source of protein and good fat. This particular type of Adlai is processed finer, and has a similar texture to white rice.

PERFECT FOR: Grain bowls and salads

SPECIFICATIONS:
WHAT YOU GET: (1) White Adlai
NET WEIGHT: 1kg
INGREDIENTS: White Adlai

Cook as how you would like your rice to be. Mix into sweet or savory superfood dishes.

Farm to Folk

Farm To Folk is passionate about empowering Filipino farmers in growing organic, minimally-processed products for the Filipino folk. We advocate local produce by working directly with the partner farmers hailing from various parts of the Philippines. Our mission is to build strong, cooperative relationships between and amongst producers and consumers. We hope to increase a better quality of life for the Filipino folk, by making ““healthy”” food convenient and accessible. We endeavor to create a long-term solutions for our partner farmers, and help them establish sustainable practices. Our direct-from-farm connection ensures that they are treated fairly, environmental and social impacts considered.


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Stacey
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  • Skin Type Combination
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Mestiza

Tastes just like white rice

It is my first time to try a rice substitute and I looovee this. It is cooked just like your ordinary white rice and tastes just like it but is more nutritious. I eat rice for almost every meal so this is definitely helping me in my road to a healthier diet. I would recommend and repurchase this.

about 1 month ago
Joy
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  • Age 54

Five Smiles

Like its brown brother, grains of white adlai are not that big. But unlike it, white adlai grains when cooked are chewy (that's more like it!) and are with thankfully fewer terrorist shells that are like mines to unsuspecting teeth (double yehey!). My special grade: 5 cheshire smiles (with or without the cat).

about 1 month ago
Beverly
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  • Skin Type Combination
  • Skin Tone Fair
  • Facial Features Chinita
  • Age 37

Healthy substitute to rice

I tried Adlai because of the claim that it’s diabetic friendly. I was initially expecting that it was something similar to Quinoa where it smells like veggie when being cooked. For Adlai, the smell is similar to champorado, like sweet rice being cooked. Texture can be likened to mini binatog kernels but softer. It is a good rice substitute but it’s heavier in the stomach than rice so you just need a few to feel satisfied and full.

6 months ago

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