Like rice, quinoa varies alot and it will a some trial and error before you find one you like....
Not sure about GI load with quinoa but Dr have been encouraging eating quinoa instead of rice.
In some cases, he eats a mixture of quinoa/rice (usually 80/20) and enjoys it.
From the link, Calrose is more of a sticky rice...is sushi.
Either way, she shouldn't be eating too much rice if she's borderline diabetic.
StealthFinder wrote: ↑ For the benefit of all, can you explain the point you are trying to make in context of Calrose rice. The link you provided has no mention of Calrose at all.
My wife is borderline diabetic and she has to be careful with rice. We are trying to find rice which has a low GI and GI load. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.