Using MEC’s 100% Non-Toxic Cookware for Slow Cooking? Compare these 3 points

Slow cooking in MEC literally changes the way we have always looked at slow cookers. Interestingly, MEC makes slow cooking faster: for example, the recipes that take a whole day in a conventional crock pot, are done in a matter of hours with MEC. At this point, you may be wondering if faster cooking equals loss of nutrients but this is not the case, because MEC cooks with unique far infrared heat. To shed light on such exclusive features, here are 3 comparative points that show why MEC is better than its conventional counterparts

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Rice Cooked in MEC – Natural Flavor, Color & Highly Nutritious

Rice is one the most popular foods around the globe – it is a staple for more than half the world’s population. Cooking healthy and delicious rice while retaining its natural color and flavor is every cook’s dream. But the problem is – often the brightest looking rice is not healthy because it is heavily processed, bleached, enriched and lacking essential nutrients. Let us see what the challenges are and how they can be overcome: 

Choosing the right rice – Aged, Parboiled and Unprocessed 

There are several varieties of rice that are heavily processed or enhanced: toxic additives and bleaching agents are added to enhance its texture and smell, but it is far from healthy. It is best to choose aged (dried out naturally for a minimum of 3-4 months after harvesting), parboiled rice, like basmati rice from East Indian origin is one of the good varieties. It is unprocessed and grown in dams that harvest rainwater so not contaminated with arsenic. Fiber-rich brown rice is also a great choice. 

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