Mochi, a delicious whole grain food, is made from a glutinous, high-protein variety of rice called sweet rice. The sweet rice is soaked, steamed, and pounded; then it is allowed to dry until it is firm enough to slice.
Mitoku "Kibi" Brown Rice Mochi is prepared in the traditional way: steamed whole grain glutinous rice (sweet brown rice) and glutinous (kibi) millet are pounded to a sticky dough, then formed into blocks and dried. When cooked, these "cakes" soften and puff up, becoming delectably moist and chewy. A naturally sweet convenience food with whole grain goodness. The glutinous millet (kibi) adds nutrition and distinctive taste.