In the Race of the Rice, Mishtann Basmati Wears the Crown! - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

About This Presentation
Title:

In the Race of the Rice, Mishtann Basmati Wears the Crown!

Description:

Rice has attracted the attention of people from all quarters of the world. From the poorest of countries to the most developed ones, rice is a common thing on the platter. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:27

less

Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: In the Race of the Rice, Mishtann Basmati Wears the Crown!


1
In the Race of the Rice, Mishtann Basmati Wears
the Crown!
Rice has attracted the attention of people from
all quarters of the world. From the poorest of
countries to the most developed ones, rice is a
common thing on the platter. Although the origins
of rice are unknown, its cultivation and
consumption has spread to all corners of the
globe. In older times rice used to be synonymous
to food and vice-versa. Affordable price,
easiness in cooking and the nutritious content
has made rice the most preferred and loved food
product. Rice is low in fat, easily digestible
and gives a quick boost of energy. This great
combination makes it an ideal food option. You
can mix rice with almost everything and come up
with a dish of your own. Ask anyone as to which
is their favourite rice recipe and you'll get to
hear of a wide variety of dishes, ranging from
rice burrito from Italy to Susi in Japan. In
India, the Biryani has become a recipe that makes
every occasion special. Asia is the biggest rice
producer in the world. Rice farming is affected
adversely because of global warming. More than
5,000 litres of water goes into production of one
kile of rice. In times when many countries in
Asia are facing a critical shortage of water,
rice farming seems a very challenging task. Even
then, Asia continues to not only top the list of
countries producing rice, it is also the largest
consumer of rice.
It would be interesting to note that there are
more than 40,000 varieties of rice. It may
actually be much more. The exact figure is not
known. The International Rice Gene Bank has in
its collection more than 90,000 samples of
cultivated rice, among which many are considered
to be wild species. The number of varieties is
mind boggling. So then one would ask which is the
best among all of these. Which is that one
species of rice that is considered to be the king
of all types of cultivated rice in the world?
2
The answer is - BASMATI. Yes, the Indian Basmati
rice is considered to be the best variety for
consumption. The weather and the soil in the
fertile Gangetic plains in the Himalayas is the
only one that suits the cultivation of basmati.
Aromatic and delicious, the Basmati is a matter
of experience as words would fall short in
describing something so extraordinary! Indian
mythology has numerous references to the
Himalayas, referring to it as heaven on earth- a
place where the Gods are pleased to reside. The
Basmati could, in that light, be considered a
gift from the Gods, straightway from
heaven. Among the many producers of rice in
India, Mishtann has been a giant leading the path
with commitment to quality and dedication to the
cause of good taste, good health and limitless
happiness. Serving consistently with high
quality Basmati rice has been the mission for
Mishtann throughout the journey since its
inception. After cooking, each grain of Mishtann
Basmati gets longer and Mishtann takes pride in
the fact that it is one of the longest Basmati
Rice in India. Mishtann is today undisputably
the best Basmati rice company. Mishtann has also
been exporting basmati rice across the world. As
demand for rice grows, there are rice-producing
fields one would find in Europe and other parts
of the world as well. Every culture has
inculcated rice in its fooding habit. Take the
example of the Indian Biryani. Mishtann Basmati
is the best Basmati rice for cooking biryani.
Here we have a recipe for you. Try it. The world
is embracing rice! Are you ready? Visit
Mishtann's website for information on different
varieties of rice on offer, including the very
special Aged Basmati Rice.
Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
About PowerShow.com