|easier to cook and healthier than other colored rice, promise!|
|our family's first of many meals using corn rice|
This innovation is a result of La Filipina Uy Gongco Corporation's bright idea to put up state-of-the-art corn drying facilities in Bukidnon and Isabela last 2012. The company's aim was to provide farmers in the nearby areas to dry their corn safely (no longer just beside roads) and prevent the growth of aflatoxin, a fungus that loves moist environments and which can hamper growth in children and cause liver dysfunction in general.
|Step 1: Boil correct amount of water|
|Step 2: Pour RiCo rice onto boiling water|
|Step 3: Simmer until cooked|
|Tube-feeding blenderized corn rice, meat, and veggies to my son with special needs|