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Khao Hom Mali

This is the clasic Thai Premium Rice. Its name means "Rice that smells sweet like the Jasmin flower". Thailand has a huge export market for this rice, and it grows best rifht where we have our farm.

 

This rice is best cooked by the water absorbtion method.

 

Khao Hom Mali

This is the clasic Thai Premium Rice. Its name means "Rice that smells sweet like the Jasmin flower". Thailand has a huge export market for this rice, and it grows best rifht where we have our farm.

 

This rice is best cooked by the water absorbtion method.

 

comments (15)

Jolie photo, ce riz doit sentir très bon.
Ray: Ça fait une belle récolte, Martine.
Lucky you, Ray, to have it in your own backyard, so to speak!
Ray: And I am delighted to say we do not spray herbicides or insecticides, Ginnie.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 10 Sep 2018, 06:41
This rice must be very delicious. We always use the water absorption method.
Ray: This is Thailand's best export product, Philine.
  • Astrid
  • Hollandshire
  • 10 Sep 2018, 06:54
I love the wonderful green colour and I think you are lucky to have this rice at your farm, Ray.
Ray: I like to sit here and watch the light breezes make it dance, Astrid.
C'est la première fois que j'en vois .Merci Ray
Bonne journée
Ray: Demain, je montrerai une récolte de riz noir, que nous sommes en train de chanter cette année, Claudine.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 10 Sep 2018, 07:42
A crop well worth growing then Ray
Ray: Financially it makes little sense, Chris, as the middleman makes all the profit.
I don't know any other way to cook rice
Ray: This works well for this variety, Bill.
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 10 Sep 2018, 08:09
I expect this stuff goes down well with a Thai curry Ray. I understand that there are two version of Thai curry - green or red.
Ray: Rice and curry and well suited, Chad.

There are also Yellow and no-colour currys, but they might not be available overseas.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 10 Sep 2018, 08:32
Sounds like a good crop to grow in this case. I would not choose rice for a meal; not a something I enjoy.
Ray: Rice is the food in Thai culture, Alan...all other things on the plate are clavourings.
It's a beautiful green - and no doubt very healthy!
Ray: We grow it without chamicles, Tom.
My rice comes from Thailand too. I use a red cargo rice. I see the seedheads have begun. Lovely photo.
Ray: Another variety tomorrow, Mary...you might enjoy it.
Somehow from this angle, and with that background, this also looks rather like an English field in early summer as the crop starts to grow.
Ray: You are right, Brian...before the seed heads appear, it might be just another field of grass.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 10 Sep 2018, 13:31
I will look out for Ray's Jasmin on our shop shelves.
Ray: Think Ray&Na when you eat Hom Marly, Louis.
you can't beat having such a sweet smelling rice field on your land Ray....petersmile
Ray: I like this time of year especially, Peter.
excellent, Ray. i enjoyed the wind gently stirring the stalks.
Ray: Tomorrow...a different variety doing the same thing, Ayush.

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