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Germinated brown rice (GBR; Korean: 발아현미 (hangul), 發芽玄米 (hanja), Bala hyeonmi, Japanese: 発芽玄米 (hatsuga genmai)) is unpolished brown rice that has been allowed to germinate to improve the flavor and texture, and to increase levels of nutrients such as γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA). It has been found that germinated grains in general have nutritional advantages. The rice is used in Japanese and Korean cuisine. Cooked germinated brown rice is softer and less chewy than plain brown rice—it is more acceptable to children in particular—and has additional nutritional advantages.

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  • 発芽玄米(はつがげんまい、英:Hatsuga genmai, Germinated brown rice)は、玄米を発芽させた米である。
  • 發芽米(英语:Germinated brown rice),又稱發芽玄米(發芽糙米),系由具種子活性的糙米經一定溫度培養22小時,約胚芽體成長0.1~0.5 mm 而成,其營養成分會大幅提升,GABA含量超過12mg/100g,而且口感也比糙米好一些,稱為發芽米。
  • Germinated brown rice (GBR; Korean: 발아현미 (hangul), 發芽玄米 (hanja), Bala hyeonmi, Japanese: 発芽玄米 (hatsuga genmai)) is unpolished brown rice that has been allowed to germinate to improve the flavor and texture, and to increase levels of nutrients such as γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA). It has been found that germinated grains in general have nutritional advantages. The rice is used in Japanese and Korean cuisine. Cooked germinated brown rice is softer and less chewy than plain brown rice—it is more acceptable to children in particular—and has additional nutritional advantages.
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  • 発芽玄米(はつがげんまい、英:Hatsuga genmai, Germinated brown rice)は、玄米を発芽させた米である。
  • Germinated brown rice (GBR; Korean: 발아현미 (hangul), 發芽玄米 (hanja), Bala hyeonmi, Japanese: 発芽玄米 (hatsuga genmai)) is unpolished brown rice that has been allowed to germinate to improve the flavor and texture, and to increase levels of nutrients such as γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA). It has been found that germinated grains in general have nutritional advantages. The rice is used in Japanese and Korean cuisine. Cooked germinated brown rice is softer and less chewy than plain brown rice—it is more acceptable to children in particular—and has additional nutritional advantages. Germinated brown rice is brown rice that has been soaked for 4–20 hours in warm 30–40 °C (86–104 °F) water, longer soaking at lower temperature, before cooking, changing water a few times if some smell develops, and rinsing before cooking. This stimulates germination, which activates various enzymes in the rice. By this method, it is possible to obtain a more complete amino acid profile, including GABA. Although GBR is readily prepared at home, in Japan from 1995 it is sold ready-germinated at a higher price than ordinary rice. In 2004 about 15,000 tonnes were sold, to a value of about ¥15b. The target at that time was eventually to sell 90,000 tonnes of GBR per year, 1% of total rice consumption.
  • 發芽米(英语:Germinated brown rice),又稱發芽玄米(發芽糙米),系由具種子活性的糙米經一定溫度培養22小時,約胚芽體成長0.1~0.5 mm 而成,其營養成分會大幅提升,GABA含量超過12mg/100g,而且口感也比糙米好一些,稱為發芽米。
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