Made with Organic Brown Rice. Gluten-Free Couscous. Cooks in 15 Minutes. Vegan. Non-GMO Project Verified. Whole Grain - 43g or More Per Serving. Whole Grain Brown Rice. . Lundberg Family Farms® proudly presents a delicious wheat-free alternative to traditional couscous. Our Roasted Brown Rice Couscous is gluten-free and made from 100% organic brown rice. The rice is gently crushed into tiny granules and then fire roasted to add that extra nutty flavor. With its light fluffy texture versatility and quick 15-minute cook time our Roasted Brown Rice Couscous makes an excellent side dish or base for any recipe. Enjoy! Since 1937 the Lundberg family has been growing healthy great tasting rice while respecting and sustaining the earth. Today the third generation carries on the family heritage by using eco-positive farming methods that produce wholesome healthful rice rice cakes rice chips and risottos while improving and protecting the environment for generations to come.
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Customer reviews for Lundberg Roasted Brown Rice Couscous Savory Herb -- 6.8 oz
Review 1 for Lundberg Roasted Brown Rice Couscous Savory Herb -- 6.8 oz
Great Taste and Ease of Preparation
November 9, 2013
"I am not the biggest rice fan in the world and I have challenges cooking it right. This was on clearance at a local grocery store so I gave it a try. Simple to prepare and came out perfectly in 15 minutes. I thought it had a nice herby flavor and light texture. If you are accustomed to highly salted products such as rice-a-roni, etc... this may perhaps taste "bland" in comparison. I decided to see it Vitacost sells it and was glad to see they do. Plan on purchasing."
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Review 2 for Lundberg Roasted Brown Rice Couscous Savory Herb -- 6.8 oz
No flavor, bland
August 29, 2012
"we followed the directions exactly and after all the work it just tasted like regular old rice. So I guess if that was what you were expecting then great,but I thought it was pricey for plain rice."