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Oryza Glaberrima

Oryza glaberrima, ordinarily known as African rice, is one of the two tamed rice species. It was first trained and developed in West Africa around 3,000 years back. It is currently infrequently sold in West African markets, having been supplanted by Asian strains. While it has been somewhat supplanted by higher-yielding Asian rice, and the quantity of assortments developed is declining, it continues, making up an expected 20% of rice developed in West Africa. By correlation with Asian rice, it is tough, bother safe, low-work, fit to an assortment of African conditions, filling, and has a particular nutty flavor. It is likewise developed for social reasons; for example, it is holy to awasena devotees among the Jola individuals, and is a legacy assortment in the United States.  

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