An ingredient called turmeric brown rot has been used to make rice and other dishes in India for centuries.
But recently, the spice has been increasingly popular in Western countries, and some say its presence could be making India’s brown rice even more expensive.
A report from the World Bank said that India’s black rice and white rice, which are grown in a similar way, are priced more than they should be, and that some Indian companies are selling their brown rice to consumers at prices that are higher than their fair value.
For example, a brand of green tea sold at the Indian market costs about $1.40 per cup of black rice, while a cup of white rice costs about the same.
The report found that black rice is not sold at its fair market price in India.
In the U.S., it’s more difficult to find cheaper brown rice.
But there are ways to make brown rice cheaper.
There are a number of ways to use turmeric, which is used in traditional Chinese medicine.
But turmeric also can be used in more complex dishes, such as brown rice and quinoa.
The World Bank study said turmeric can be easily extracted from the rice, and then blended with other ingredients, like other spices.
In this case, a recipe for brown rice with roasted onions and garlic, and a brown rice cake with curry leaves, were all found to be more cost effective than using black rice.
The findings come at a time when the price of rice has soared in India as the government has stepped up efforts to address the nation’s chronic food shortages.
India’s economy is suffering from a shortage of about two million metric tons of rice, according to government data.
India has more than 200 million people.