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  1. The Mallard Club Minnesota Cultivated Whole Grain Wild Rice - 12 oz Bag

    The Mallard Club Minnesota Cultivated Whole Grain Wild Rice - 12 oz Bag

    $2.99

    It's important that customers know where the wild rice they purchase is grown cultivated, harvested, processed, packaged and sold. At Wild Rice Direct, that&#;s the goal. Because it's important to them to make premium quality, large quantities and economical wild rice accessible to their customers, they control the farming, harvesting and distribution processes... and pass the savings onto you. Learn More
  2. KC's Best Long Grain Wild Rice

    KC's Best Long Grain Wild Rice

    $4.99

    Formed in 1994 by Kent Clifford Bahr, KC's Best Wild Rice is a family run business intent upon delivering the best possible wild rice at the best possible prices, with the best possible service. Learn More
  3. Singing Pines Pure Minnesota Cultivated Broken Wild Rice

    Singing Pines Pure Minnesota Cultivated Broken Wild Rice

    $5.99

    Traditionally, the Ojibway and Sioux Indians of Minnesota harvested wild rice with two people in a canoe or wooden boat. One person poled th boat through the rice bed, while the other, using knocking sticks, knocked the rice kernels into the boat. The rice was the parched; the hulls removed, and using birch bark winnowing baskets the rice was seperated from the chaff. Today, the majority of wild rice offered in markets has been prepared with modern adaptations of these traditional methods. Singing Pines Wild Rice brings only the best of each year's wild rice crop to you. Learn More
  4. Singing Pines Pure Minnesota Cultivated A Grade Wild Rice

    Singing Pines Pure Minnesota Cultivated A Grade Wild Rice

    $5.99

    Traditionally, the Ojibway and Sioux Indians of Minnesota harvested wild rice with two people in a canoe or wooden boat. One person poled th boat through the rice bed, while the other, using knocking sticks, knocked the rice kernels into the boat. The rice was the parched; the hulls removed, and using birch bark winnowing baskets the rice was seperated from the chaff. Today, the majority of wild rice offered in markets has been prepared with modern adaptations of these traditional methods. Singing Pines Wild Rice brings only the best of each year's wild rice crop to you. Learn More
  5. Lodge 8 Ounce Seasoning Spray

    Lodge 8 Ounce Seasoning Spray

    $7.99

    America's Original Cookware! Since 1896, Lodge has been making the cookware you love. Lodge doesn't just make iron; they make heirlooms that bring people together for generations. Learn More
  6. KC's Best Hand Harvested Wild Rice

    KC's Best Hand Harvested Wild Rice

    $8.99

    Formed in 1994 by Kent Clifford Bahr, KC's Best Wild Rice is a family run business intent upon delivering the best possible wild rice at the best possible prices, with the best possible service. Learn More
  7. Singing Pines Airboat Harvested 100% Pure Canadian Long Grain Wild Rice

    Singing Pines Airboat Harvested 100% Pure Canadian Long Grain Wild Rice

    $9.99

    Traditionally, the Ojibway and Sioux Indians of Minnesota harvested wild rice with two people in a canoe or wooden boat. One person poled th boat through the rice bed, while the other, using knocking sticks, knocked the rice kernels into the boat. The rice was the parched; the hulls removed, and using birch bark winnowing baskets the rice was seperated from the chaff. Today, the majority of wild rice offered in markets has been prepared with modern adaptations of these traditional methods. Singing Pines Wild Rice brings only the best of each year's wild rice crop to you. Learn More
  8. Singing Pines Pure Minnesota Cultivated Wood Parched Wild Rice

    Singing Pines Pure Minnesota Cultivated Wood Parched Wild Rice

    $9.99

    Traditionally, the Ojibway and Sioux Indians of Minnesota harvested wild rice with two people in a canoe or wooden boat. One person poled th boat through the rice bed, while the other, using knocking sticks, knocked the rice kernels into the boat. The rice was the parched; the hulls removed, and using birch bark winnowing baskets the rice was seperated from the chaff. Today, the majority of wild rice offered in markets has been prepared with modern adaptations of these traditional methods. Singing Pines Wild Rice brings only the best of each year's wild rice crop to you. Learn More
  9. The Mallard Club Minnesota Cultivated Whole Grain Wild Rice - 3 lbs. Bag

    The Mallard Club Minnesota Cultivated Whole Grain Wild Rice - 3 lbs. Bag

    $9.99

    It's important that customers know where the wild rice they purchase is grown cultivated, harvested, processed, packaged and sold. At Wild Rice Direct, that&#;s the goal. Because it's important to them to make premium quality, large quantities and economical wild rice accessible to their customers, they control the farming, harvesting and distribution processes... and pass the savings onto you. Learn More
  10. Singing Pines Pure Minnesota Hand Harvested Wood Parched Wild Rice

    Singing Pines Pure Minnesota Hand Harvested Wood Parched Wild Rice

    $10.99

    Traditionally, the Ojibway and Sioux Indians of Minnesota harvested wild rice with two people in a canoe or wooden boat. One person poled th boat through the rice bed, while the other, using knocking sticks, knocked the rice kernels into the boat. The rice was the parched; the hulls removed, and using birch bark winnowing baskets the rice was seperated from the chaff. Today, the majority of wild rice offered in markets has been prepared with modern adaptations of these traditional methods. Singing Pines Wild Rice brings only the best of each year's wild rice crop to you. Learn More

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