First of all, we stay away from rice grains of different sizes. The structures of rice grains of different sizes are also different. It has different water absorption capacity. One can stay soft while the other stays alive. one may be grainy while the other may be mud. Equal appearance, equal size is important.
Are they the same size but different colors? unfortunately not. When half of it is white and half is transparent, we still have the above problem.
Chalked rice means rice that has been picked before it is ripe. I usually come across rice that is sold in open bags. Chalked rice is perishable rice. it breaks quickly. Confusion about his past does not concern us. we don’t buy.
When the paddy is not collected in a suitable humid environment (in case of high humidity), deterioration occurs in the grains. You know, we were saying different colors above. Here, yellowing occurs in fermented rice. (I’m talking about the rice left in the jar in the cupboard for a year) after the rice is roasted, a bitter smell occurs. yellowed rice is rice that is of poor quality or has lost quality.
I hope there was microbial activity in the rice with black dots on the tip I say I hope because if there was no microbial activity, an insect ate the tip. They are the same for me, but I don’t know, when bugs are involved, you get something like facial paralysis. Just don’t get the black dot.
There are pajama rices with red stripes on them. This means that the husk was not removed while the paddy was processed in the factory. these rices are considered as bran rice and in most places they are shown as defective rice. In my opinion, they do not have any flaws, and they are known to be more nutritious in terms of vitamins and minerals. only their water absorption capacity is different from other rices. You can also set it up by trial and error.