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Banza and RightRice make rice alternatives that have fewer carbs, more fiber, and more protein than traditional white rice.
Both cook and taste just like white rice, too, making the switch to either of the brands one of few sacrifices.
Banza has less sodium and fewer calories, is faster to cook, and is a little cheaper, while RightRice doesn’t require as much supervision while cooking and is also available in flavored options.
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