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I am wondering if thai sticky rice (or sweet rice) is safe to eat? There is another name for it which is glutenous rice. But, sweet rice flour is safe to cook with. Can anybody help me?

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I am wondering if thai sticky rice (or sweet rice) is safe to eat? There is another name for it which is glutenous rice. But, sweet rice flour is safe to cook with. Can anybody help me?

It's perfectly safe. Naked rice, that is without any pre-packaged flavorings is safe to eat. Sweet rice, also known and glutinous rice is also perfectly safe. Don't let the name mislead you. In it's floured form, sweet rice flour is also called mochiko and is used a lot in Japanese cooking. It's great stuff too.

Hope that clarifies it all :)

~Allison

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Not only is it safe, but it's absolutely delicious. :)

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Not only is it safe, but it's absolutely delicious. :)

Isn't it just?

M is for MOCHI!!!!

~Allison

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Jasmine rice is also very good...and smells so wonderful when cooking it! :)

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