Bodrum Baldo Rice (Baldo Pirinc) 1 kg — Best Grocery
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Bodrum Baldo Rice (Baldo Pirinc) 1 kg

Original price £3.99 - Original price £3.99
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What is baldo rice and what are its features are wondered by users. Users can confuse whether baldo rice is legumes or grains. Baldo rice, originating from Italy, is known to be a medium-grain rice cultivar. Baldo rice is obtained by crossing some London Turkish market rice varieties. Baldo rice, which is coarser grained compared to other rice varieties, makes it possible to make delicious and grainy rice. Baldo rice, which has a matte colour, requires more water during cooking compared to other rices. Baldo rice stands out as one of the most produced and consumed cereal varieties in Turkey. Baldo rice grown in wetlands maintains its freshness for a long time when protected from heat and provided with adequate storage conditions.

Bodrum Baldo Rice 1 Kg

The most suitable temperature for storing baldo rice is stated as 18. It is also recommended to take care to store it in a closed and cool environment. Baldo rice, which contains a high percentage of starch, is not suitable for dietary nutrition. Users who want to lose weight or maintain their weight do not consume baldo rice very often. When we look at the nutritional value of London Turkish market baldo rice, which contains a high amount of vitamins, 100 grams is equivalent to 350 calories. Baldo rice contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C. Baldo rice, which is a useful grain, needs to be consumed in the right amount. Baldo rice is mostly produced in Samsun, Manisa, Kastamonu and Sinop provinces in Turkey. Baldo rice, which is collected at the end of summer and the beginning of autumn, is packaged by many brands and offered to users.

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Tim Jones
Baldo Rice

Classic Turkish rice for pilav, dolma etc, dos what it says on the packet. Just thejob.