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7
Jun

Rice bran oil

 

Rice bran oil is used as edible oil, in soap and fatty acids manufacturing. It is also used in cosmetics, synthetic fibers, plasticisers, detergents and emulsifiers. At present, about 6 lakhs tonnes of rice bran oil is produced from 35 lakhs tonnes rice bran per annum in the country. It is nutritionally superior and provides better protection to heart,

7
Jun

Rice husk

 

It is used as a fuel, in board and paper manufacturing, packing and building materials and as an insulator. It is also used for compost making and chemical derivatives.

13
Jul

Rice Starch

 

1. Rice starch is normally prepared from broken white rice.

2. The broken grains are steeped for several hours in a caustic soda solution, and the alkali is finally washed away with water.

3. The softened grains are ground with more caustic soda solution, and the resulting mass is settled or submitted to centrifugation.

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13
Jul

Rice milk

 

1. Rice milk is produced from both brown and milled rice grains.

2. The sweetness in most rice milk varieties is generated by a natural enzymatic process, cleaving the carbohydrates into sugars, especially glucose.

3. Some rice milk kinds may nevertheless be sweetened with sugarcane syrup or other sugars. It is not a substitute for cow’s milk, but a lactose free, low fat milk type product.

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13
Jul

Rice wine

1. Rice wine is an alcoholic beverage made from rice. This wine should be named “rice beer” because it is fermented from a grain and not a fruit.

2. Rice wine is results from the fermentation of rice starch converted to sugars. This process is akin to that used to produce beer; however, beer production employs a mashing process to convert starch to sugars whereas rice wine uses the different amylolytic process.

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IGKV,Raipur
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