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  1. White Rice - The most commonly consumed and widely available type of rice, with the husk, bran, and germ removed.

  2. Brown Rice - Rice with only the husk removed, retaining the bran and germ, making it more nutritious than white rice.

  3. Basmati Rice - A long-grain aromatic rice with a distinctive fragrance, commonly used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine.

  4. Jasmine Rice - Another aromatic long-grain rice, popular in Southeast Asian cuisine, especially Thai dishes.

  5. Arborio Rice - A short-grain rice used in making risotto due to its ability to release starch and create a creamy texture.

  6. Sushi Rice - A short-grain Japanese rice seasoned with vinegar, sugar, and salt, used for making sushi.

  7. Black Rice (Forbidden Rice) - A type of whole-grain rice with a black or dark purple color, known for its nutty flavor and rich antioxidants.

  8. Red Rice - Another whole-grain rice with a reddish-brown color and nutty flavor.

  9. Wild Rice - Not a true rice but a seed of aquatic grass, native to North America. It has a distinctive chewy texture and nutty taste.

  10. Bhutanese Red Rice - A medium-grain rice with a red color, grown in Bhutan, known for its nutty taste and high nutritional value.

  11. Wehani Rice - A reddish-brown aromatic rice with a nutty flavor and fluffy texture when cooked.

  12. Basmati 370 Rice - A traditional aromatic rice variety grown in the Indian subcontinent.

  13. Texmati Rice - A hybrid of basmati and regular long-grain rice, known for its aromatic properties.

  14. Calrose Rice - A medium-grain rice commonly used for sushi and in other Asian dishes.

  15. Carnaroli Rice - Another type of rice used in making risotto, known for its high starch content and ability to create a creamy texture.

  16. Thai Sticky Rice (Glutinous Rice) - A short-grain rice that becomes sticky when cooked, commonly used in Thai desserts and dishes.

  17. Camargue Red Rice - A type of whole-grain rice with a red color, grown in the Camargue region of France.

  18. Doongara Rice - A low glycemic index rice variety developed in Australia.

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