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Hyeonmi cha (literally "brown rice tea") is a Korean infusion made from roasted brown rice. To make hyeonmi cha, brown rice (typically short-grain brown rice, Oryza sativa var. japonica) is washed, then roasted in a pot. Then water is poured into the pot, brought to a boil, and then simmered for approximately ten minutes. Finally, the leftover brown rice is filtered by a sieve and the beverage, which may range from pale yellow to light golden brown in color, is served in a cup, mug, or bowl. While it is generally served unsweetened, sugar or honey may be added according to the taste of the drinker.

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  • Хёнмичха (кор. 현미차, «коричневый рисовый чай») — корейский напиток. Для приготовления напитка используется коричневый рис. Его следует хорошо промыть, обжарить в сковороде на среднем огне около 10 минут, затем заварить до светло-золотистого цвета. По вкусу можно добавить сахар или мёд. Хёнмичха считается полезным для здоровья, особенно при заболеваниях пищеварительных органов.
  • El hyeonmi cha es una tisana de arroz integral tostado. Para prepararlo, se lava arroz moreno (típicamente de grano corto, Oryza sativa var. japonica) y se tuesta en una olla. Entonces se añade agua, se lleva a ebullición y se deja cocer a fuego lento durante aproximadamente 10 minutos. Por último, los restos de arroz moreno se filtran con un tamiz y la bebida, que puede tener un color del amarillo pálido al marrón dorado claro, se sirve en una copa, taza o cuenco. Aunque suele servirse sin endulzar, el consumidor puede añadirle azúcar o miel para adecuarlo a su gusto.
  • Hyeonmi cha (literally "brown rice tea") is a Korean infusion made from roasted brown rice. To make hyeonmi cha, brown rice (typically short-grain brown rice, Oryza sativa var. japonica) is washed, then roasted in a pot. Then water is poured into the pot, brought to a boil, and then simmered for approximately ten minutes. Finally, the leftover brown rice is filtered by a sieve and the beverage, which may range from pale yellow to light golden brown in color, is served in a cup, mug, or bowl. While it is generally served unsweetened, sugar or honey may be added according to the taste of the drinker.
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  • El hyeonmi cha es una tisana de arroz integral tostado. Para prepararlo, se lava arroz moreno (típicamente de grano corto, Oryza sativa var. japonica) y se tuesta en una olla. Entonces se añade agua, se lleva a ebullición y se deja cocer a fuego lento durante aproximadamente 10 minutos. Por último, los restos de arroz moreno se filtran con un tamiz y la bebida, que puede tener un color del amarillo pálido al marrón dorado claro, se sirve en una copa, taza o cuenco. Aunque suele servirse sin endulzar, el consumidor puede añadirle azúcar o miel para adecuarlo a su gusto. Aunque el hyeonmi cha puede hacerse desde cero, el arroz ya tostado está disponible comercialmente en tiendas de alimentación coreanas, tanto en Corea como en el extranjero, en envases de plástico. En la gastronomía de Vietnam una bebida casi idéntica se denomina nước gạo lức, nước gạo lức rang o nước gạo rang.
  • Hyeonmi cha (literally "brown rice tea") is a Korean infusion made from roasted brown rice. To make hyeonmi cha, brown rice (typically short-grain brown rice, Oryza sativa var. japonica) is washed, then roasted in a pot. Then water is poured into the pot, brought to a boil, and then simmered for approximately ten minutes. Finally, the leftover brown rice is filtered by a sieve and the beverage, which may range from pale yellow to light golden brown in color, is served in a cup, mug, or bowl. While it is generally served unsweetened, sugar or honey may be added according to the taste of the drinker. Hyeonmi cha has been used traditionally for medicinal purposes, as hyeonmi (brown rice) is believed by some to be good for blood circulation, motion sickness, shortness of breath. Pre-roasted rice is available commercially in Korean grocery stores, both in Korea as well as overseas, in plastic packages. Hyeonmi cha can be mixed with green tea to produce hyeonmi nokcha (현미녹차), which is very similar to the Japanese tea Genmaicha. In Vietnamese cuisine, a nearly identical drink is called nước gạo lức, nước gạo lức rang, or nước gạo rang.
  • Хёнмичха (кор. 현미차, «коричневый рисовый чай») — корейский напиток. Для приготовления напитка используется коричневый рис. Его следует хорошо промыть, обжарить в сковороде на среднем огне около 10 минут, затем заварить до светло-золотистого цвета. По вкусу можно добавить сахар или мёд. Хёнмичха считается полезным для здоровья, особенно при заболеваниях пищеварительных органов.
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