Cooking rice in a high water to rice ratio reduces inorganic arsenic content.

@article{Raab2009CookingRI,
  title={Cooking rice in a high water to rice ratio reduces inorganic arsenic content.},
  author={Andrea Raab and Christina Baskaran and Joerg Feldmann and Andrew A. Meharg},
  journal={Journal of environmental monitoring : JEM},
  year={2009},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={
          41-4
        }
}
Total arsenic and arsenic speciation was performed on different rice types (basmati, long-grain, polished ([white] and wholegrain [brown]) that had undergone various forms of cooking. The effect of rinse washing, low volume (2.5 : 1 water : rice) and high volume (6 : 1 water : rice) cooking, as well as steaming, were investigated. Rinse washing was effective at removing circa. 10% of the total and inorganic arsenic from basmati rice, but was less effective for other rice types. While steaming… CONTINUE READING

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