Leches a base de plantas: Arroz
A glass of rice milk next to a pile of rice grains. Credit: Lincoln Zotarelli, UF/IFAS
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Keywords

Leches de origen vegetal
La leche de arroz
fortificada
dieta vegana

How to Cite

Lamothe, Meagan, Daniela Rivero-Medoza, and Wendy Dahl. 2021. “Leches a Base De Plantas: Arroz”. EDIS 2021 (1). https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-fs428-2021.

Abstract

La leche de arroz es una bebida no láctea a base de plantas elaborada principalmente con arroz molido y agua. Se comercializa como un sustituto vegano de la leche de vaca, fácil de digerir y apto para personas alérgicas. Al igual que otras bebidas a base de plantas, la leche de arroz generalmente tiene un color blanco opaco o beige y una textura cremosa que se asemeja a la leche de vaca. Esta publicación describe cómo se elabora la leche de arroz, sus ingredientes y perfil de nutrientes, y los posibles beneficios para la salud y riesgos del consumo. 
This new 5-page publication of the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department is the Spanish translation of FSHN20-50/FS412, Plant-Based Milks: Rice, written by Meagan Lamothe, Daniela Rivero-Mendoza, and Wendy J. Dahl.
https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs428

https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-fs428-2021
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