Brown Rice Syrups

 

Brown Rice Syrups are the most rich, deeply delicious and versatile way to get the energy boost you need to go the distance. Free of gluten and allergen, these liquid sweeteners serve as best possible alternatives to other sweetening agents like regular table sugar, organic honey, corn syrup, maple syrup or molasses. These are now finding their way easily to the ingredients list of various energy bars, muffins, cookies, fruit salads and smoothies. The reason for this sudden upsurge in popularity of Brown Rice Syrups is as simple as the fact that we all crave for sweetness in our food but simultaneously, can’t risk our blood sugar levels to go haywire and invite unhealthy effects subsequently. So the solution to this ‘sweet’ dilemma comes in hand with Brown Rice Syrups, which are natural sweeteners produced by steeping brown rice with a special enzyme preparation. The comparative analysis of organic Brown Rice Syrups to regular sugar can be derived from the fact that to substitute sugar any recipe, you can use 1-1/4 cup brown rice syrup for one cup of sugar to get the same level of sweetness but with low-carb effect. With this mild buttery flavor and delicate sweetness, organic Brown Rice Syrups have become an ideal choice for baking and desserts that keeps both your blood sugar and calorie counts at low levels.


The conventional method of preparing organic Brown Rice Syrups begins with fermenting the brown rice with special enzymes to disintegrate the natural starch content of the grains. Then, straining off the fermented liquid, it is cooked until the desired consistency of a syrup is reached. The resultant preparation is labelled as organic Brown Rice Syrup that is rich in rice protein concentrates. Generally a healthy helping of organic Brown Rice Syrups consists of approximately 50% soluble complex carbohydrates, 45% maltose and 3% glucose. Further, these sweeteners are also enriched with other minerals that are present in the main ingredient, brown rice. Organic Brown rice is more fibrous than the polished ones and the bran contains nutrients like magnesium, manganese, and zinc. The nutty flavor and chewy texture of this non-polished rice gives you a welcome and healthy break from the regular bland and not-so-nutritious meals. So are its derivatives like Brown Rice Syrups, which work as a great stimulant to get rid off other high sugar-low nutrient sweeteners.