About Alchemy Fibre™
Alchemy Fibre™️ is a blend made of:
Available in various powdered blends, Alchemy Fibre™️ is easy to add to various types of carbohydrates like rice, noodles, bread and even steamed buns before cooking/baking.
The Alchemy Fibre™️ blend used for rice is known as
Alchemy Fibre™️ For Rice. When added to the cooking process of white rice, Alchemy Fibre™️ For Rice helps to lower the glycemic index (GI) of white rice, while providing 10x more fibre than white rice.
Alchemy Fibre™️ does not change the taste, texture or appearance of your food. Its versatility means that it can be used easily by food manufacturers, restaurants and home cooks.
What is Alchemy Fibre™ for Rice made of?
Natural inulin and edible gum.
The powder blend for rice is scientifically tested to reduce the glucose release of white rice when cooked with Alchemy Fibre™ For Rice, and sensory evaluations were conducted to ensure there are no significant taste difference with Alchemy Fibre™ for Rice added. All our ingredients are food-grade and safe for consumption.
How to cook rice with Alchemy Fibre™ For Rice?
Watch this video for step-by-step instructions:
- Wash and drain rice. Add water as per usual cooking procedure.
- For every one cup of rice (150g), add 1 heaped tablespoon of Alchemy Fibre™ For Rice. Stir well to dissolve the powder.
- Cook as normal.
- Fluff the cooked rice and enjoy
Note: For congee or porridge, you may use the same ratio of Alchemy Fibre™ For Rice powder to uncooked rice. Cook your congee or porridge as how you normally would with the desired amount of water.
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Seal tight and store in a cool, dry place.
Serving size: 15g of Alchemy Fibre™ per cup of rice
Total servings: 64
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