Look at some of the new stuff coming to the grocery stores. The second one has to be straight out of Seinfeld, when Elaine got the idea for selling just the muffin tops, and discarding the "stumps"; I figured it would be just a matter of time before somebody did this. I'm a little hesitant about the rice until some other guinea pig jumps out there and recommends it.
Annie Chun's Black Pearl Rice
Annie Chun's Black Pearl Rice combines black rice with sprouted brown rice for a healthful blend of complex, nutty flavors. Once reserved for the emperors of ancient China, this complex, medium-grain rice is often called "forbidden rice" and was revered for its nutritional qualities. It's rich in amino acids and high in vitamins and minerals such as iron, potassium and magnesium. Shelf stable, microwaveable, and ready in just one minute.
Just the tops, please! A guilt-free, healthy alternative to an all-American classic, all-natural, 100-calorie Corn VitaTops, one of four varieties in a line of muffin tops introduced by New York-based Vitalicious, contain one gram of fat, six grams of fiber, four grams of protein, and 15 vitamins and minerals.