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Organic Brown Adlai (1kg)

FARM TO FOLK
₱350.00
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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 less processed, thereby retaining more nutrients and keeping its natural, nutty-like taste.

PERFECT FOR: Breakfast bowls and homemade champorado

SPECIFICATIONS:
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Brown Adlai
NET WEIGHT: 1kg
INGREDIENTS: Brown 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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Joy
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  • Age 54

A Dissenting Opinion

Grains are not that big (less than half the size of native white corn kernels). Not chewy as reviewed (or is it just my cooking?). Must be winnowed with care or if not, consumed with caution. REASON: the hard pesky shells give an unpleasant surprise when your teeth sink into them the wrong way. They must be conscientiously sought out before and after washing. Yes, they float when the grains are rinsed. But those that do not, do a real good job in hiding in plain sight by blending so well with the natives (the shells are brown and so are some grains). To avoid any dental vexation, invest time and patience to weed out these shells that do not soften during cooking (drat). Oh well . . . . You can't please 'em all.

5 days ago
Inna
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  • Skin Tone Fair
  • Facial Features Chinita

Worth the purchase ♥️

I love the texture of it, since i’m an avid fan of “binatog” it’s almost the same with this product. Also it makes me feel fuller and makes me crave less. I would definitely purchase again since it’s affordable and really helps my food intake daily. It’s also great for packed lunches ♥️

about 1 month ago
Ynah
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  • Skin Type Combination
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Chinita
  • Age 23

Yummy and filling

This is very filling and simple to cook. It tastes like a hybrid of brown rice and white corn. My only qualm is that while it's a great source of protein and fiber, it's quite calorie dense at 300-ish calories per 100g when cooked. It makes it kind of hard for people like me who need a little more volume to stay full and like to eat rice with meals more than once a day. Now, I just mix it in whatever type of rice I have available to help balance things out. Great stuff, nonetheless. :)

2 months ago
Cherry
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  • Skin Type Oily
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Morena
  • Age 31

weight loss essential!

Smells like mixed corn and rice when being cooked. The grains are harder than the usual white rice so what i do is I leave it soaked in water for 10-15 minutes before i actually cook it. It tastes good like a mix of corn and rice too and a half cup or less gives a lot of energy. I can eat it with just a dab of sesame oil. Although a bit pricey but a kilo goes a long way for a single person. My parents love it too so might consider repurchasing.

4 months ago
Marga
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  • Age 35

Love the texture & flavor

Of all the adlai brands I've tried, I think I like Farm to Folk’s brown adlai rice the best. The grains are not crushed and when cooked with two cups of water (per cup of adlai), the texture is perfectly chewy much like al dente pasta. I would definitely repurchase!

7 months ago
Val
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Great alternative to rice

I tried this fir the first time today and it did not dissappoint! I cut the serving of this adlai in half from mt usual serving and I felt that I was full for way longer than when I previously ate rice. For the decreased level of sugar, I still need to check because this cannot be measured immediately. Overall, I am satisfied and will order more!

7 months ago
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